Opere Mini Now Launched 13 More Indian Languages

Opera Mini is one of the largest and popular web browsers is now launched 13 more Indian languages for Android devices. It is already available in 90 different regional languages. Recently it included 13 different Indian regional languages like Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, Punjabi, Kashmiri, Urdu, Malayalam, Bengali, Marathi and Oriya.


In India who is using internet through a smart device, most of them prefer using applications in their native languages only. The recent update of languages in opera makes it closer to Indian people. In the old opera mini, you can’t get these updated Indian languages. To avail these you need to update the opera mini web browser. Once you updated your browser you can find the newly introduced languages in the settings page.

If you don’t have opera mini browser you can download from Google Play store. If you downloaded the updated version, at startup only you can set preferred language. Updated version saves your data using also. The updated version also includes QR code scanner which enables you to access QR code-enabled services without typing their URL. This new feature makes users easy to access content.


You can also generate a QR code for the particular page and you can share it your friends which enables them to access it easily without typing URL in the web address. To share a page with your friends, click on share option, where you can find Generate QR code option which generates a Unique QR code of page which you want to share.