A new release of Opera Mini is now available for Windows Phone. The latest version, bumping the app itself up to 9.0, implements some minor visual changes to better reflect the rebranding Opera is currently undergoing.
While no changelog has been shared by Opera, we've managed to spot some improvements, and so have a few watchful readers. You'll notice the new Opera logo used throughout the app (though the Windows Store still needs to switch things over), as well as the refreshed central menu, which now resembles the hamburger.
The new hamburger icon is a vast improvement over what was previously there, and we appreciate the more consistent approach with the new Opera logo for the Live Tile. Overall, a neat update that will surely please fans of the browser. You'll be able to enjoy this new look by upgrading your Opera client through the Windows Store.
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