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Opera Software promotes SkyFire and OperaBoost in Brazil

Monday 10 June 2013 | 09:35 CET | News
Opera Software is setting its sights on the Brailian market, where its Opera Mini mobile browser is used by 20 percent of internet users. Opera is releasing its SkyFire platform there, which adapts the quality of videos on the internet to the data capability of the mobile phone, so that users do not have to wait for videos to load. The company also plans to implement the OperaBoost platform on the Brazilian mobile market. This platform permits users to purchase unlimited access to specific sites and applications for a certain period of time.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Opera / Opera Software / Skyfire
Countries: Brazil
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