Opera Releases Opera Mini 4.1

operamini_514.PNGOpera Software released Opera Mini 4.1 on Tuesday, about six weeks after launching the open beta for the latest version of its Java-enabled mobile browser – and only about six months after coming out with version 4.0.

New features in Opera Mini 4.1 include the ability to search text on a Web page, recognize and suggest URLs, based on bookmarks and browsing history, when the user starts to type in the address bar and saving Web pages for viewing offline, Ars Technica reports. The ability to view a Web site offline is dependent on the phone’s capabilities.

The latest rev can synchronize bookmarks with the user’s desktop version of the Opera browser using the Opera Link feature. Opera also added the ability to upload and download files, which should make things easier for mobile social network and photo-sharing fanatics.