If you want to try out the new features that will come in the Opera Mini browser, you can enroll in the beta program. You will be the first one to see, test, and give feedback about the new features of the browser. The beta version is not entirely different from the original one. It will work with the same characteristics, as you know by now. The simple design and the improved servers will help you to load the pages easy and fast. Opera Mini 45.0.2254.144650 launched with improvements.
What Can You Find in the Opera Mini Beta?
You will have more speed than ever; you can save your mobile data while streaming some content, a new design, and more performing. The modern browser will support Android 4.1 for Android and iOS operation systems, phones, or tablets. Even if now you can try the beta version, the purpose of the final result of the Opera Mini browser is to give the users a superior experience. The look is intuitively, and gone are the disturbances and the bugging.
Testing the beta version of Opera Mini, we saw ads from Facebook and an issue with the pictures on the browser. The images are appearing disproportionate, and we had a wrong response while taking a screenshot. Even if the new browser is in the testing phase, the user that was testing it, round up around 328.336 persons and the beta phase, received 4.4 stars from ratings.
Finally, you can get a lot of information and roll up for testing on the Opera Help Center, and being a current user that is testing it, and you can also rate.
What’s New in Opera Mini 45.0.2254.144650 Beta?
Opera Mini 45.0.2254.144650 Beta came out with some improvements and fixes. According to the official release notes, the following novelties are available:
- Offline news experimental feature
- Various stability and performance fixes
Opera Mini 45.0.2254.144650 Beta is available via the Opera Beta program.
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