Opera has recently added a new level of compression to its Mini browser for iOS and Android. The compression level is less severe than their Extreme version, meaning that lay-out and rendering is better preserved.
Christian Uribe, Opera Mini product manager notes:
“With the rise of better smartphones and better network conditions our users now want the option to have a less aggressive data compression mode so they can experience the full internet when network conditions allow for it.”
That change has not percolated to the Windows Phone version of their app yet, but it seems it will hitting the Windows Phone Store soon.
@rgis1369 We’re bringing an update to you soon! 😛 /Ruth
— Opera (@opera) September 8, 2015
The Android version has also added a new user interface for saved pages and bookmarks, improved handling of large downloads, an overhauled tab switch, private browsing mode, customisable thumb-friendly layout scalable for different screen sizes, improved discover news feed and the a new data counter to monitor savings made, many features we hope will also be coming to Windows Phone.
The current version of the app can be found in the store here.