Opera’s latest desktop browser, Opera 11.50 is now, for the first time available in Zulu.
Opera Software today released the newest update to its desktop web browser, Opera 11.50, available for the first time in Swahili and Zulu. Now supporting more than 50 languages in total, the Opera 11.50 browser adds four new languages, including Bengali and Punjabi.
Codenamed “Swordfish””, Opera 11.50 features improvements to its Speed Dial launch page, synchronization and design. Download Opera 11.50 from http://www.opera.com/. It’s free and runs on Windows, Mac and Linux computers. In the latest Opera version you can get social media feeds, immediate stock quotes, the current weather conditions, up-to-the minute news and sports scores, and much more, right in your Speed Dial. We call this new feature Speed Dial extensions. Instead of handy thumbnails and links to your top sites, you can embed your Speed Dial with extensions that keep you updated–instantly–on what is happening around the Web. Take weather updates, for example. Why click through to a website when you can get the current conditions live at a glance? Or, why not be the first to know the hot news of the day just by opening a new tab? We think Speed Dial extensions are a smarter way of getting to the content you want and need.
More than 50 Speed Dial extensions already exist. A complete list is here:https://addons.opera.com/addons/extensions/?tag=speeddial/. Developers who want to make Speed Dial extensions for themselves can get everything they need from http://dev.opera.com/. “”The good news is, no matter what browser you choose, you’ll get something like this–eventually,”” said Jan Standal, VP of Desktop Products, Opera Software. “”The question is how long do you want to wait? With Opera, you can experience Speed Dial extensions along with our other pioneering features today.”” We got so excited about Speed Dial extensions, we almost forgot to mention all the other things we added to make Opera 11.50 worthy of being your next browser:
Our mothers are so proud of us. We worked long and hard to bring you the best Opera browser yet. We even took pictures to prove it. Is Opera 11.50 bigger than the Death Star? Almost 1.2 million stormtroopers, droids and janitors can fit into a fully operational Death Star. Nearly 11 million people follow Lady Gaga on Twitter. Now, Opera aims to put those numbers to shame with the number of downloads for its newest browser. The world can follow our milestones with a live download counter on http://www.opera.com/, exactly the same place you can download our free browser.
Coincidence? That’s up to you to decide.
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