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BETA: Opera Software unveils Fingertouch for Opera Mobile
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 05.03.09 - 21:52:07 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 8119x
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Not yet available for Opera Mobile 9.5 for Windows Mobile but for Symbian UIQ, Opera Software today released Fingertouch, a technology designed to make interacting with the web easier and simpler on these touch-based devices. Fingertouch provides visual feedback when you hit a web link and assists you when you come across multiple links or other selectable elements in close proximity to one another. That's even more important today as people are increasingly touching screens with their fingers rather than a stylus, which is not as precise, and brings its own set of problems to the table:

Opera Mobile Beta with Fingertouch is now available Symbian UiQ and Opera Software wants to hear what you think about Fingertouch. So if you think it's usefully you might want to let Opera Software know that you love to have it for Opera Mobile 9.5 for Windows Mobile as well.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Pr0wn on 05.03.09 - 23:41:12

Why UIQ first? Nobody uses UIQ anymore???

Posted by antonioj on 06.03.09 - 13:12:09

Yes, UIQ is dead as a platform. However, there are milions of P1, g700, g900, W960 users still out there...and this will be easily ported to symbian foundation OS/s60 later

Posted by Pr0wn on 07.03.09 - 12:02:05

Are you kidding? There are millions more Windows Mobile phones sold. Why introducing a new technology for a dead horse first?

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