A fresh update has arrived for Opera for Android – Opera 77. In this version, we’re rolling out several exciting additions, in particular a new browser theme inspired by Opera One – which was previously launched on Opera for desktop – complete with new wallpapers and browser highlights. We’ve also included features like Search in History and Offline Pages, along with a revamped search design. For our users in France, we’re introducing Qwant search integration. So let’s delve right in and explore!
New Opera One inspired theme
In June, we unveiled Opera One – a fully revamped browsing experience for Opera’s flagship desktop browser. Among the new features we unveiled our innovative native browser AI, Aria. Accompanying this launch we unrolled fresh brand colors, which – now that you can use Aria on your Android device as well – we’re extending to Opera for Android. Within the settings, you can opt for the new dark and light themes, or select from new wallpapers that incorporate the vivid Opera One design theme into your browsing experience.
All about Searches
Following the introduction of Aria to Opera’s mobile browsers on both Android and iOS, Opera proudly achieved the distinction of being the first major browser to feature browser AI across all platforms.
If you haven’t had the chance to try it yet, you can now install the Opera for Android search widget, granting you instant access to Aria. The widget will allow you to seamlessly interact with the browser AI and ask any questions that come to mind.
We’ve all faced those moments when recalling the exact website we recently visited seems challenging. The introduction of the new search functionality within history and offline pages makes this process easier. Just type the first letter and relevant search results will promptly appear.
Furthermore, upon launching the browser, you might notice the updated search bar design on your homepage.
If you don’t have Opera for Android yet, download it right here. Enjoy Opera for Android 77!