As oldversion.com says: "newer is not always better." This applies to firmware updates (may break the hack you used to set your phone free), Windows (Vista sucks, XP can be more or less OK if you tell it to behave), and it also holds true for the popular mobile web browser Opera Mini.
And not everyone likes the new Speed Dial bookmark feature that slipped into Opera Mini sometime back when version 3 turned into version 4.
The official Opera Mini download site only offers the latest and the greatest, but you can download old versions since v2.0 from my.opera.com/community/forums/topic.dml?id=221224.
This link also explains how you can change the name of Opera Mini. Wouldn't you love to have it display as Firefox, TeaShark, or Opera Classic on your phone?
Wednesday, 28 May 2008