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Topic # 45693 3-Nov-2009 23:34
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Get it NOW - you owe it to yourself to get the best browser for S60 on your phone as soon as humanly possible.

Its still not quite as good as on WinMo, but its easily the best browser for S60 despite its beta tag. Main thing it misses from the WinMo build is the double-tap to zoom+reflow behaviour, but you can almost emulate it by setting Zoom to 200% - then a single tap zooms to text and reflows it to fit the screen and a the back button icon changes and a single tap there takes you back out to a fully zoomed out page. Very nice.

Apparently at this point in time its using quite a bit of RAM, causing it to shutdown, which may be a problem non-i8910/Satio handset owners (in other words Nokia handsets may well struggle).




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  Reply # 269831 4-Nov-2009 00:08
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Just put it on my E71. This is way better than the junk browser that came with the phone. Thanks

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  Reply # 269832 4-Nov-2009 00:17
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have they finally got it so you can use predictive in forms? I found this the most annoying thing about Opera so far

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