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Opera 29

We live in an era where everything is complex, from relationships to quantum physics. Even the instructions on your phone manual! (For the technically impaired, at least) In such harsh times, taking the route to simplicity is perhaps a smart move. That’s where we, humble folks, makers of Opera 29, come into the picture. We...

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It has been a busy week for us here in Opera! We’re delighted to present to you some great new updates to Opera for Android, Opera Mini beta, as well as Opera for computers! Opera for Android Opera for Android has received a new update. This version also has sync support so you can sync your bookmarks...

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Opera Coast won best app for consumers at Aegis Graham Bell Award - India's leading tech award

We always knew that what our engineers had created with Opera Coast, was outstanding. After all, it was the first browser in 20 years to sport a completely new and refreshing UI, and which was based only on gestures. Its minimalist and intuitive design hid technology in the background to truly focus on displaying the web...

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Opera 25 visual bookmarks screenshot

Over the past year, the Opera desktop team did a great deal of research in order to understand what bookmarking options people are looking for today. They realized that many people use bookmarks as a way of tracking their memories, like travel inspiration or a fascinating article. And, since our memories are often visual, they...

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We are happy bring you Opera 24, our latest version of our desktop browser for Windows and Mac users. This update includes some cool features that promise to make your browsing experience even smoother. Tab previews: Do you want to check if something’s new on Facebook quickly, without losing focus on what you are actually...

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While people worldwide eagerly watched the unveiling of the much-awaited Nokia X2, Microsoft’s latest addition to the Nokia X line of smartphones, we at Opera Software were also watching from the sidelines. That’s because, starting from Nokia X2, Microsoft has made Opera the default browser on all Nokia X devices. Some of you may remember...

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