Opera Mini for Windows Phone set to receive better user experience and new features

Opera Mini for Windows Phone set to receive better user experience and new features

Mobile World Congress 2015 (MWC 2015) takes place from March 2nd to March 5th and news about the event has already begun to surface. In fact, the folks behind the Opera Mini browser for Windows Phone are planning to unveil new user experiences during the event. On top of the new user experience, Opera Mini for Windows Phone is slated to have new features as well. Here is what the company had to say in an official blog post today:

“We will preview new user experiences for a more native look and feel on Opera Mini for Android and Opera Mini for Windows Phone, plus a new design and highly requested features like a Wi-Fi timeline and Wi-Fi savings on the Opera Max data-savings app. The latest sneak peek of the Opera Coast browser now sports video compression, for smoother viewing with less of the dreaded buffering wheel. We will also preview the ability to sync bookmarks across devices.”

No other details were revealed and no screenshots depicting the new features were made available. Stay tuned and we will let you know what Opera announces during MWC 2015. Are you a regular Opera Mini user?

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