Opera Mini browser for Windows Phone Store will receive a major update soon and will be back on Windows Phone Store. Earlier, Opera Mini entered Windows Phone Store with a beta tag, but was later pulled out because of some ‘unexpected hiccups’. The new update version 1.0.0.7 will bring some radical changes to the interface.

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This new update will also sport a Beta tag, and will look very different from the earlier version. The speed dial has now been moved to the main screen for quickly launching sites you frequently visit on daily, weekly or monthly rate. You can also monitor data usage along with how much you have saved by Opera’s data compression techniques.

While switching tabs, you can view their content as thumbnails. You also get the option to open tabs in foreground or background. You can check history, store bookmarks, decide if you wish to keep cookies. Opera demonstrated the new build at MWC 2015. You can check all video review of new features in the video below. In our opinion, we liked the new Opera Mini browser for Windows Store.

Opera Mini for Windows Phone 8.1 Hands on Review, Features Overview at MWC 2015 [Video]

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