Opera Software is starting a beta program for the next version of its Opera Mini web browser. The current version of this Java application is often used by those with Palm OS-based devices as a replacement for the built-in Blazer browser, but it can also run on many types of smartphones.
This company believes that enhanced navigation is the next step in the evolution of mobile web browsing. That’s exactly what Opera’s developers are exploring in the next version of Opera Mini, code-named Dimension.
How to Participate
Anyone who is interested can sign up to test the beta version of Dimension by submitting their email address on Opera Software’s web site.
Approved testers will be notified by email at a later stage where to download the beta, and asked to submit their opinions on it via an online form.
The current version, Opera Mini 2.0, is a free download, and presumably the next version will be, too.