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Opera has announced that their popular ‘Opera Mini Browser’ will be making its way soon to the iPad with a formal announcement at the upcoming Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Spain. Anyone at the conference who wants a peek at the iPad version should stop by Hall 1, Booth C44.

105 million people might use Opera’s browsers today, but Opera Software cares even more about tomorrow. At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, new versions of the Opera Mini browser on Android, iPhone, J2ME, BlackBerry, Symbian and even the iPad will appear.

No other information has been revealed so far about the browser so far. The browser should look fairly similar to the iPhone version, but will probably have some tweaks and new features that take advantage of the iPad’s larger display.

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