By Stephen Schenck | November 26, 2010 6:37 PM
Hot on the heels of the recent Android release, Opera Mobile 10.1 is now available to users of Symbian-based phones.
Other features that made it into the 10.1 release include a password tracker, tabbed browsing, and support for transmitting geolocation data to compatible sites. Look-and-feel changes count amongst them kinetic scrolling, a custom on-screen keyboard, and better rotation handling. If you’re running into bandwidth limitations, the inclusion of a Turbo mode lets you configure the browser for Opera Mini-style server-side rendering, decreasing the amount of data your phone needs to display the page.
If you’ve got a Symbian^3 or S60 smartphone, you can pick up Opera Mobile 10.1 for free at the Ovi Store or directly from Opera.