Good news, everyone! The future of Opera bookmarks arrives to our freshly renamed Opera beta channel (formerly known as Opera Next). With Opera beta 25 we introduce a new way to experience bookmarks. Instead of just marking the page you can choose an image to go with it. With Opera bookmarks you are collecting “things”...

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Today we released an update to Opera developer 25. It contains a set of fixes, but the most important one is an update to Chromium 38.0.2125.8. You will find more details in the changelog. Discover games! Just in time for the autumn avalanche of new game releases, Opera’s Discover feature has added a Gaming category....

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Today’s release of Opera developer 25 includes some interesting changes for Mac. We’ve made the move to 64-bit and have also enabled H.264 video support. We would also like to ask for more feedback on our new Speed Dial, something many of you picked up on in our previous developer release. As always, a complete...

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We released another update to Opera developer 25. We’ve been busy, so this release comes with a bunch of fixes. A complete list of changes can be found in the changelog. PDF viewer Opera can now open PDF documents without the need to install and run any third-party plug-ins. Now, clicking links on pages that...

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Another round of improvements is coming to our Next channel. This build includes Chromium updated to version 37.0.2062.94 and a couple of bug fixes. Warnings for unresponsive plugins were often mentioned in the comments as a source of annoyance in the previous build, so we changed the timing and now they should appear less frequently....

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Greetings from Poland. Today we have a new update of Opera Next. In this new version we have updated to Chromium (37.0.2062.76) and fixed some small issues related to tabs. Opera will now prefer the PPAPI flash player over the NPAPI flash player, if PPAPI has been installed on the system. If you do not...

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