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Opera Mini 6.5 heads to iPhones, BlackBerry, Symbian and Java phones, puts a cap on your data

Opera Mini 6.5 has been sitting pretty in the Android Market for a while now and its now warbling all over the App Store, BlackBerry App World and Nokia World as well as serenading Java-based phones.

What’s great about this latest iteration of Opera Mini is that, like the Android version, a data usage tracker is built in to the browser itself, which allows you to see how much data your web browsing habits are hoovering up.

This sounds ideal if you’re on a limited budget and don’t want to shell out for more than a 500MB plan. This on your iPhone/Android phoneO plus the Onavo app ought to equal maximum data efficiency.

This will be especially useful if you’ve picked up an iPhone 4S, or have upgraded your 3GS or 4 to iOS 5 and have seen your usage levels skyrocketing thanks to iCloud syncing.

Hit up the download links below to get Opera Mini 6.5 on your smartphone or alternatively, head to m.opera.com on any other browser for another install option.

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