Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 13th Apr 2010 17:31 UTC, submitted by ebasconp
Opera Software Since the announcement from Opera about submitting Opera Mini to the App Store made it to the front page, I can't really relegate the application's admittance into the App Store to the side column - I'm not particularly liked by the Apple fans as it is. So, here it goes, full frontal: Apple has accepted Opera Mini into the App Store.
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RE[3]: Faster on Android - IMO
by Heard on Wed 14th Apr 2010 17:14 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Faster on Android - IMO"
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2009-12-24

Skyfire's user interface is horrible compared to Opera's. Flash support is pretty useless using Skyfire. Playing flash videos is extremly choppy. Same for playing flash games. Even viewing flash sites is everything else than a pleasure. Summed up it only consumes bandwith, nothing else.

The only better thing is the rendering which is almost perfect. Never really had problems regarding the rendering of Opera, though. (it's optimization of websites to the size of the screen is most times even better to use)

Flash lite using Nokia's own browser it much better to use, btw.

My experience with Skyfire applies only to my Nokia 5800, though.

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