Opera Mobile 9.5 and DishPointer

Opera Mobile 9.5 Beta is out and you should put it on your PocketPC PDA/Handheld running Windows Mobile 5 or 6 now.

Why? It’s the only browser for mobile handhelds which fully supports Javascript and Ajax – and that’s required to show Google Maps applications such as DishPointer. The only other alternative for using DishPointer on the go would be Apple’s iPhone or iTouch.

The Opera Mobile 9.5 browser is still beta, so install it onto the device memory rather than on a storage card. But the good thing is, because it’s beta – it’s free! So download now while you can. The older version 8.65 comes only as a 30 day trial and costs $24.

Only Pocket PC’s running WM 5 or WM6 are supported. The new Opera will not work on Pocket PC 2003, Symbian, S60 and Smartphones

4 Responses to “Put Opera Mobile 9.5 on your PDA/Handheld”
  1. Albano says:

    I found this article very interesting regarding the satellite installers and im one of them from Chimoio Mozambique and i wish if you could help me with my nokia N72.I’m looking for a software that supports the dishpointer on my phone and i have no idea or which priceless phone i could use to run the dishpointer.

  2. Alan says:

    The Nokia N72 mobile phone runs on the Symbian operating system. I don’t know what their browsers are like, if they support Ajax and Javascript – but I guess not. Maybe Opera will release their Mobile version for the Symbian eventually. Until then, I guess you’re left with the iPhone and Pocket PC running Windows Mobile 5 or 6.

  3. kartyavezer says:
  4. juan carlos diaz says:

    por favor quiero conectarme al satelite Hispasat, existe alguna posibilidad de apuntamiento,usando mi coneccion a internet ? es posible que nos comuniquemos en Castellano.
    Los saludo Atte.
    Juan Carlos Diaz