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Polish version of Opera's website released today

March 15, 2007

Opera released today a localized version of its website for Polish visitors, over at pl.opera.com.

The market share for Opera in Poland has been on a steady rise (see graph below), though there has been a minor dip in the last 6 months according to ranking.pl.

In addition to Polish, Opera also has localized versions in Japanese, Korean, and Russian. More languages are on the way.

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  1. March 15, 2007 at 1:40 pm

    But is too late… Opera should open polish site year ago… Maybe then we have a 10% now? (english tenses are very ugly 😛 😉 )

  2. Galaktyczny Edek
    March 15, 2007 at 2:14 pm

    Adas, I do not think it is too late. Of course, the sooner the better, but I know quite many people who have never heard about Opera. Alternative browsers are a kind of terra incognita to them. FF has quite a lot of evengelists as well as there are a lot of pages which describe in detail how the browser works. Good that the localised version of the webpage exists – so anyone can see what he can expect from Opera on his own.

    PS Angielskie czasy są rzeczywiście okropne, ale na pocieszenie napiszę, że hiszpańskie są jeszcze gorsze. Najfajniej jest z japońskim, bo jest czas przeszły, teraźniejszy i coś co jest zastępnikiem przyszłego “mam zamiar cos zrobić” 😀

  3. cap
    March 16, 2007 at 5:49 am

    Why is it too late, adas?

  4. Jonathan
    March 16, 2007 at 10:20 am

    Yes, it is never to late, like Cap said. Of course I am Dutch (needless to say), but I welcome “cultural diversity” (with its beautiful Idiomas Europeanas).

    So, when is the Dutch version going to be online, I maker of the first Dutch Opera site (well, the first weblog), deserve to get an “official” site for my visitors.

  5. sc
    March 17, 2007 at 6:37 am

    I opened this page expecting a polished version of opera.com to be announced. :p Polish is fine, too.

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