This means that a series of crippled features which eager beta users were unable to use have now been switched on and will be available via the Android Market from Wednesday.
According to the Cnet website, the new version of Opera will allow you to "...upload and download files, save pages and zoom in and out in response to a double tap. You'll also be able to enter URLs directly into the address bar instead of having to go through the phone's native input system and, as with Opera Mini on other mobile platforms, launching a video from a Web page links up to your media player."
The new version of Opera has also removed a series of bugs including the one which made your password visible when you typed it in plus problems that occurred if you closed Opera with the back button.
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