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Opera Mobile 10.1 Realeased
Wildman
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Get Opera Mobile 10.1 released today...

http://www.opera.com/mobile/next/

 

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Re: Opera Mobile 10.1 Realeased
Wildman
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RonAnderson wrote:
Who cares about that fat women.

Get Firefox. Its in beta too But blows all other browsers away. It syncs to your Firefox on your desktop. And Firefox is a more trusted and harder to hack browser.

This is a forum to educate and share with users, I tried Firefor and Opera and they both was alright but I really didnt see anything that made either one stand out over the other, besides each to their own and besides the post was for the individuals that may wanted to give it a shot and also I didnt realize that it was still beta, the last report was that this would have been the completed version...   I miss Opera Mobile from my Windows Mobile days and I never had any issue syncing with my desktop browser using OperaLink and I was hoping they would get the Android version to the WM versions level...

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Re: Opera Mobile 10.1 Realeased
RonAnderson
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Who cares about that fat women.

Get Firefox. Its in beta too But blows all other browsers away. It syncs to your Firefox on your desktop. And Firefox is a more trusted and harder to hack browser.
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gerio
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RonAnderson wrote:
Who cares about that fat women.

Get Firefox. Its in beta too But blows all other browsers away. It syncs to your Firefox on your desktop. And Firefox is a more trusted and harder to hack browser.

 

Easy on the fat women there, Hombre....

 

As far as Firefox Mobile blows other browsers away, well I believe that this statement is half-correct. You figure out which half I'm referring to....

 

If they get it working properly, it will indeed be a serious contender for the mobile browser award (Oh, and what a nobel

award, it is, eh?...:smileywink:) I've tried three of the most recent releases of Firefox mobile and at first, it appears very promising. Very cool-looking, lots of "wow" features, and this last release was the best by far so far. But....

 

After several minutes, it hung up. It would un-freeze and kind of clear itself. Then I'd try sometihng else with it and it would freeze again. Naturally, this latest release wan't as bad as the previous 2 about this behavoir. After a half-hour of this, I un-installed it and went back to XScope, which a very good and seemingly not-well-known Android mobile browser. 

 

I allowed Firefox to sync with my main notebook and man, what a mess that was. A virtual link explosion. Links everywhere. More than I needed on my mobile phone. Still, a cool feature, no doubt.

 

In reality, the hacking issues aren't that great with mobile browsers (YET - There, I said it, okay??)

 

I will continue to try the subsequent releases of Firefox mobile in hopes that it becomes the browser that it certainly is capable of being. It's just there yet.

 

And keep in mind, not all browsers fit all people. I can't figure out for the life of me why some people like the Safari browser, but I don't think Safari sucks. It's just not for me.

 

Geri O


RonAnderson wrote:
Who cares about that fat women.

Get Firefox. Its in beta too But blows all other browsers away. It syncs to your Firefox on your desktop. And Firefox is a more trusted and harder to hack browser.

 

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Re: Opera Mobile 10.1 Realeased
RonAnderson
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Firefox mobile has only had two betas. And the second works very well. It has a few bugs still, but works like a champ. It syncs with my laptop, I can have a wallpaper of my choosing in the browser as well. I can send the bugs automatically back to fennec, which will help produce a better browser. I have a font size in ff, I can use my add ons in the mobile side as well. My tabs will open where I shut them down last. I can favorite on my laptop and it will favorite on my phone.

Plus opera is a talk show host, a bad one at that, whose browser has got a two star rating in the market.
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RonAnderson
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BTW you can pick and choose which bookmarks and or history you want syncing to your phones Firefox. You do not have to have all of them going to it. I have it on one line that says browsing history on laptop. If I so choose I can click it and pick which URL from there I want to navigate.
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gerio
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Every since I got an Android phone, I've searched for a Firefox mobile browser. Until this latest release, it was called Fennec. At one point, Mozilla, or someone with them, made statements on a few geekboy sites that they were discontinuing development of Fennec (I even posted about that somewhere on the Verizon community forums at the time), then a few months later, surprise, an ALPHA version was released, which was the first version I tried. I doubt anyone expected it to perform well, but it did offer the feel of what to expect. The next 2 BETA versions preformed even better, with the last one, well, I've been through this part already.

 

When Firefox is stable enough (on my phone, anyway) to warrant the effort, I'll try it again and sort through the 350-400 links it imports from my notebook.

 

Now let us both pat ourselves on the back for hijacking Wildman's Opera thread for no perfectly good reason.

 

Geri O

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Re: Opera Mobile 10.1 Realeased
Wildman
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RonAnderson wrote:
Who cares about that fat women.

Get Firefox. Its in beta too But blows all other browsers away. It syncs to your Firefox on your desktop. And Firefox is a more trusted and harder to hack browser.

This is a forum to educate and share with users, I tried Firefor and Opera and they both was alright but I really didnt see anything that made either one stand out over the other, besides each to their own and besides the post was for the individuals that may wanted to give it a shot and also I didnt realize that it was still beta, the last report was that this would have been the completed version...   I miss Opera Mobile from my Windows Mobile days and I never had any issue syncing with my desktop browser using OperaLink and I was hoping they would get the Android version to the WM versions level...

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