Nokia has declared the launch of a new Xpress browser for Lumia devices, following the launch of a web browser for S40 devices. This browser comes up with the new features that make web browsing faster, cheaper and a lot easier for the user. Till now the browser is not available as a retail product but users can easily get it from the Nokia Beta labs. The new browser has used the data compression technology to make web browsing cheaper and faster. With the help of this technology, websites are compressed at the server level before being sent to the mobile device. It also allows the devices to complete tasks while reducing data downloads. This technology is already used by the Opera for its mobile and PC based web browsers. The Xpress browser is claimed to save 85 per cent of the data that regular browsers do. This browser let the users to monitor their usage from within the web browser itself, and even they can save their favorite pages in the cold storage using Microsoft's Skydrive.
Nokia's unique magazine feature has also been added that automatically adds sites with feeds to users' collections as they save them. The layout used is very easy, allowing users to turn pages with a swipe quickly. Translation feature can also be used by the users that allow them to translate almost any web page and read it in their own language.
Source : Themobileindian