Now that RSS is an added feature, I think Opera Mini 4 might become my default browser on the TyTN II.
Another feature which I think is quite useful is the Mobile View option found in settings. I’ve had some problems where some graphic buttons don’t take me to their intended links. Mobile View will give you an even more simplified webpage which usually solves the problem. It reformats the page to a single column as well, which should be useful for phones with limited screen real estate.
For users of Opera on their desktop you will find the Opera Link function quite useful. It allows you to synchronise your bookmarks between your Mobile and Desktop browser.
Added features since beta 2 has been listed as follows:
Changes since Opera Mini 4 beta 2
- Added Link support
- Added Speed Dials
- Added RSS feed support
- Added shortcut *+0 for feeds
- Added shortcuts for speed dials (*+[speed dial number])
- Added function to ask the transcoders for the title and favicon of a new bookmark or speed dial
- Stylus devices can now scroll shortcut help overlays
- Changed "Fit to width" to "Mobile view"
- Changed "Autozoom" to "Show overview"
- Low, medium and high image quality setting
- Images fit better to the screen (no panning)
- Improved BiDi support
- Page position and scaling is now preserved after reload of page
- Stylus devices without pointer motion events should be able to scroll anyway, just not in realtime
- Faked transcoding progress when using feeds
- Show numbers in ordered lists
- Improved stylesheet handling
- Focus highlight now looks inactive when loading
- New and improved server side cookie handling
Link: Opera Mini 4