A new browser for Series 40, Nokia Browser 2.0, is bringing a faster, better way to experience the web to Series 40.
The cloud-based servers powering Nokia Browser 2.0 reduce data consumption by up to 90%, all without compromising the user experience. Sites also load up to three times faster. It’s accomplished by using cloud-based caching and compression.
As well as a faster browsing experience, Nokia Browser 2.0 helps users save money on operator data costs. Users can control how they consume data, by monitoring the overall data usage for a browsing session, or altering the quality of the images being downloaded.
One-touch access to search, popular sites and web apps is also present in the new browser, as is one-click sharing on social networks, achieved by the browser remembering Facebook and/or Twitter logins.
The new browser supports all forms of Series 40 – Touch, QWERTY and non-touch. It is available for the newest Nokia Asha devices and other popular devices such as the Nokia C3-00, Nokia X3-02 and Nokia C2-03. It will be pre-loaded on all future Nokia Series 40 devices.
Nokia Browser 2.0 is a free, optional over-the-air download – http://store.nokia.com/content/51924
It is available in 87 languages in over 200 countries and territories.
The new browser is great news for developers creating web apps for Series 40. Nokia Browser 2.0 makes it easier for users to find, install and use your standards-based web apps for Series 40. Since its launch in 2011, Nokia Browser has supported web apps and it now boasts a catalogue of over 10,000 of the latest apps.
Your tool for building Series 40 web apps is Nokia Web Tools
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