Nintendo has improved on the trial Channel released earlier this year by introducing a new type of zoom, more scrolling options and increased simplicity.
The new browser, which is powered by Opera Software, also features a parental control system and the ability to turn the toolbar on or off. It will remain a free download until June 30th.
Nintendo and Opera considered user feedback from the original version of the Internet Channel before making the changes.
“The Opera-powered Internet Channel for Wii is about making the web easy to use for anyone, at any age," said executive VP of devices for Opera Software Scott Hedrick.
"We received a lot of user feedback after the Christmas release of the original version, and based on that feedback we have created a browser that is clean, intuitive and made for viewing on the TV.
“Working with Nintendo has been great education for us as browser makers, and has helped us to make a product that matches Wii's ability to reach across generations and bring enjoyment to all."