Approved! Opera Has Made It Into The App Store

Approved! Opera Has Made It Into The App Store

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Opera just announced that their popular Mini mobile browser is now finally available for the iPhone and iPod Touch.Opera has been tearing up the mobile browsing market, with more than 50 million users at present, and millions more now sure to come.Lars Boilesen, CEO of Opera  Software is quoted as...
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