Although I cannot publish the site stats here, but surprisingly, I am still seeing Internet Explorer 6 in the stats. While Windows remains a dominant platform, most of them are using a mix of Firefox and Explorer. Unfortunately, I don’t get to see Opera and none of the stats suggest that mobile browsers are being used in any way. ( I wonder when would Internet Explorer die and wither away).
I was keen to implement some plug in for mobile browsers but gave it up because I was not able to test it extensively. In any case, I recommend Opera Mini alone; with it’s latest update it inherits the best of the mobile browser breed. Specifically it’s tap to zoom since I was never a fan of the mobile version.
Firefox rules on my desktop now (Opera’s extension system leaves a lot to be desired), still it is maturing at a rapid pace.
- Opera Mail and Mini (broadbandblog.in)
- Opera Mini now sports Indian content by default! (trak.in)
- Opera Mini 6 (broadbandblog.in)
- Disappointing statistics (broadbandblog.in)
- Opera Mini takes the centre stage (broadbandblog.in)
- Access Your Browser’s Address and Search Bar via the Keyboard [Video] (lifehacker.com)
- Opera Mobile 11, Opera Mini 6 Mobile Browsers Released (ghacks.net)
- Mobiltel joins the Opera Mini adventure (opera.com)
- Mobilism: Mobile Browser Panel (lukew.com)
- Opera Mini 6 and Opera Mobile 11 Browser Released (alltechnoblog.com)
- Opera Mini reaches 100 million users in March (intomobile.com)
- Google News Site Optimized for Opera Mini on Feature Phones (socialtimes.com)
- Opera Mini has 100 million users (mobile-ent.biz)
- Opera Mini 6 and Opera Mobile 11 Available Today (phonescoop.com)
- Opera Mobile And Mini For Android Updated – Sporting New Optimizations And Tablet-Friendliness (androidpolice.com)