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Opera brings Google Gears support to mobile browser
Posted on 30-May-2008 16:25 | Tags Filed under: News


Opera brings Google Gears support to mobile browser
Opera Software will be supporting Google Gears in its desktop and mobile browsers. The company says the inclusion of Gears in Opera’s main browsing products supports its vision of transforming the browser into a full platform for applications, regardless of device.

“Opera will have full support for Gears on mobile when they launch this year,” said Charles Wiles, Product Manager for mobile web apps at Google. “Opera Mobile 9.5 will be a great example of a high-quality browser on a mobile platform that supports Gears. This marks the coming of age of the browser as the platform for application development on mobile devices.”

“The forthcoming Opera Mobile 9.5 with Gears will usher in a new era for the Web on mobile devices,” said Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera. “Together, these products will create new ways to bring applications to life on mobile devices. Developers will be able to use this along with Opera Dragonfly to develop and debug compelling applications for any connected environment.”







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