The media may forever talk about the iPhone and Android (and Blackberry to an extent) as the only two smartphone platforms that matter. But as you would agree, mobile OS platforms like Windows Mobile are still doing well with a hefty market share. So it is significant that Opera has just released the latest version of its mobile browser application for the Windows Mobile platform. The new version 5.1 comes with enhancements that will provide better support for high resolution devices and will also let users set Opera Mini as the default mobile web browser. Apart from this, the application is also compatible with the accelerometer functionality that many modern day smartphones come with, improves kinetic scrolling and supports predictive text input.
To download, simply visit m.opera.com from your default web browser and Opera will automatically offer the most optimized version for your handset.