Will provide developers with better distribution and monetisation.
The Opera Mobile Store, which uses Handster app store tech, has updated its user interface in order for easier app discovery and downloading.
It's accessible via the firm's Mini and Mobile browsers and the new look will give developers better distribution of their apps, and a larger chance to make profits.
The store will also offer new customisation features for operators and OEMs that want to create co-branded or white-labeled app stores using the Opera Mobile Store platform.
Opera boasts more than 30 million Mobile Store visits per month, and more than 55,000 apps that run across Android, iOS, BlackBerry and Symbian.
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