Opera today announced Opera 71 for desktop and Opera 60 for Android, both of which support completely redesigned sync capabilities.
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The new version of the Opera desktop web browser now offers built-in Twitter support via its sidebar interface.
The desktop versions of the Opera web browser now integrate Instagram into the sidebar alongside popular messaging services.
The Opera web browser has been rebranded with a new year-based naming scheme and some neat new organizational features.
Opera announced today that the Android version of its web browser now supports a vastly improved reader mode.
Opera announced today that about 300 million people use its web browser across both desktop and mobile.
Web browsers are, by far, the most important applications we use on desktop and mobile. But privacy matters.
Opera 54 for Android is a major upgrade for the mobile browser, with colorful new themes, a new design, and crypto support.
Opera is the latest browser to add a built-in blocker for web trackers, introducing a new layer of protection that can apparently speed up page loads by roughly 20%.
Opera today announced the latest version of its web browser for Mac, Windows and Linux, codenamed Reborn 3.
Opera has a major design change coming in its next web browser release, and it’s available now in a developer preview.
Microsoft's belated adoption of Chromium is great news for everybody. Well. Almost everybody.
Opera 57 brings a smarter news recommendation engine with an integrated Netflix recommendations section to its start page.
Opera today announced Opera for Android 48, which blocks annoying cookie and privacy dialogs and adds several other new features.
Six months after its release on Android, the Opera Touch web browser is available on iPhone.
The latest version of Opera for desktop offers an easier way to install Chrome extensions, improved settings and security, and more.
Opera today announced a new version of its PC-based web browser, plus a new mobile browser called Opera Touch.
Less than three months after the initial release of Firefox Quantum, Opera is claiming that its latest browser is even faster.
Opera announced today that the latest version of its flagship web browser is now available, offering key features from its Neon concept browser.
I was curious to see how or even if Microsoft would respond to Opera's attack on its Edge battery life claims. But as it turns out, Microsoft's response required only a single tweet.
When it comes to web browsers on Windows 10, the conversation pretty much begins and ends with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. But despite relatively low usage, Opera makes a compelling case as well. And a recent change to the browser can improve battery life in laptops by about 50 percent, the firm says.
Stuck with tiny usage share, Opera is taking a step that other web browser makers are unlikely to embrace: It is adding native ad-blocking functionality to its flagship browser.