Web browser maker Opera said today it has extended a deal with Google to set the world's most popular search engine as its default search engine in its browser for another two years.
The deal will see a bevy of Google's services promoted throughout Opera on both its desktop and mobile browsers. The deal will expire on August 1, 2014.
The Norway-based browser maker said today its Q2 earnings showed sales were up by 32 percent to $52.1 million, up 32 percent year-on-year, beating analyst expectations by a mere few thousand dollars.
Opera also said it has 200 million people using its mobile browser, an increase of 47 percent compared to the same quarter a year ago.
According to Net Applications, Opera has a 1.59 percent desktop market share in the browser space, while in the mobile space, Opera Mini has a 9.32 percent share.