Nokia releases Xpress browser for Lumia that compresses 90% of data

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One of the headlining features of the Nokia Asha line of phones is the Xpress Browser, that the company claims can compress up to 90 percent of data. Nokia has now released a version of the browser for its Lumia range of Windows Phones. It is worth noting this browser is based on the Opera Mini browser.

The browser has some notable features that are unique to the Windows Phone experience including the ability to save a video on SkyDrive and watch it later. Other features include ‘offline browsing’, the ability to save RSS feeds and view articles in a magazine like layout, quick search via Wikipedia, Bing and YouTube and the ability top translate a page in ten different languages. Currently, the browser can only be downloaded via the Nokia Beta Labs.
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