HELSINKI (Reuters) - Opera Software unveiled on Tuesday new versions of its Mini and Mobile wireless browsers, improving tablet support and features like scrolling, zooming and sharing.
The new versions feature a share button, so you can easily post, tweet, or share info on Facebook, vKontakte or My Opera, the company said.
Opera is the world’s most used mobile browser ahead of Apple, Nokia and Google’s Android, controlling 21.6 percent of the market in March so far, according to Web analytics firm StatCounter.
The iPhone, Nokia and Android browsers all have 15 to 19 percent market shares.
Reporting by Tarmo Virki