Nokia has released a beta version of the browser Xpress for its Windows Phone models, the Lumia series. Similar to Opera Mini, he uses a server-side compression technology that will reduce data consumption by up to 85 percent.
Consumes how much data volume and was saved, the browser displays a tile on the Windows Home and detail in the app settings. Web pages can be saved locally on the phone, so they can be read later, even without an active Internet connection. For fast access, a shortcut on the Home screen are stored.
It is also possible, content such as videos for later viewing in Microsoft’s SkyDrive online storage store. This saves bandwidth and mobile download as a video only when a wireless connection is available.
RSS feed subscriptions prepares the browser at the request of a magazine view that can scroll by wiping gestures. Frequently visited sites are stored as tiles in a Quick Links screen and automatically sorted by the number of views.
In addition, users can simply by touching trigger a context search for any term. This includes, among other things, results from Wikipedia, Bing and Youtube. Also, translations of all the websites in one of ten languages are available with a single click.
So far Nokia Xpress sat one on its feature phones, the Asha series. The drilled version can download free Lumia owners now and test.