If you love using Opera Mini in order to browse the web, then we have some great news to share with you. The developers who are in charge of Opera Mini are constantly working on new updates that help improve the overall software performances of the mobile browser and a brand-new one has started rolling earlier today. This is a maintenance release and today we are going to cover everything there is to know about it while also presenting the top features that Opera Mini has to offer.
Opera Mini 43.0.2254.139704 Update
First off, we need to mention that the new update for Opera Mini sports the 43.0.2254.139704 version number and that it is being rolled out via OTA (over the air channels). This means that Opera Mini users who keep their smartphones connected to a stable Wi-Fi network will be able to download the new update starting today.
Moreover, the developers of Opera Mini have also made sure to release the new update in the form of APK. This is a special update format which stands for “Android Package Kit”. What makes this update special is the fact that it can only be installed on Android powered smartphones that have the “Unknown Sources” feature enabled. In addition, all APK releases need to be manually downloaded.
What Opera Mini fans can expect after installing the new update is for the mobile web browser to run at faster speeds than usual. Not just that, but Opera Mini’s software stability is also being improved and thus, the chances for Opera Mini to lag are lower than usual.
- Save data – Save 90% of your data and browse faster even on slow networks with our famous compression modes without breaking your browsing experience.
- Block ads – Opera Mini has a built-in ad blocker so you can surf the web without annoying ads.
- Personalized news – Catch up on trending news specially tailored for your interests with our rebooted news feed within the Opera Mini browser.
- Video download – No time to watch videos? No problem. Tap the new download button and watch them when you’re ready.
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