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I have been using a combination of the default web browser and Opera Mini on my Nokia E51 which, although they are not bad, they definitely could be a lot better.

What other web browsers, preferably free, are out there for s60 that offer compelling features and UIs?

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closed as off-topic by Ben N, fixer1234, DavidPostill, mdpc, Wes Sayeed Mar 30 at 1:43

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Maybe highlight the fact that you're already using Opera by double-bolding it in the question. – random Jul 27 '09 at 9:40
up vote 6 down vote accepted

There's the Opera mobile. I used it on my E65, and enjoyed it a lot. Only problem is the fact it is not free. Yet, it is probably the best browser you can run on a S60 device.

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Not free? From Opera Mobile website: "Opera Mobile 9.7 beta is free to install and use." Admittedly it's not libre, only free (as in free beer), and I don't know if they plan to charge for it in the future, but right now it doesn't cost a dime. – Ilari Kajaste Sep 18 '09 at 12:07




Nokia S60 Web Browser - its open source and u can compile it .

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reason for downvote? – joe Jul 27 '09 at 9:45
i was wondering that too... – geocoin Jul 27 '09 at 9:58

Opera mobile didn't work properly on my Nokia E90. I've used Opera Mini 4.2 for quite a while and am happy with it. It's free!

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Opera Mobile is the one of best web browsers for symbian phones. It also supports javascript in webpages. And it's free too.

It can be downloaded from

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Yet another browser for S60 is Digia @Web though it works on S60 5th edition onwards only.

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