The popular web browser for Windows, ‘Opera’ recently created a buzz with the release of a new browser called as ‘Reborn’. The all new addition comes integrated with social messenger services, allowing users to chat side-by-side as they browse. In order to highlight it, the company in its statement mentioned "Today, Opera becomes the first major browser to integrate social messenger services, allowing users to chat side-by-side as they browse. With the release of the new browser, codenamed "Reborn", Opera continues on the path to redefine what a web browser should be.”
The all new Opera browser Reborn bring good news for all web versions of popular messengers, - Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Telegram – as it can be directly operated from the browser's sidebar. "Social messengers completely changed our lives by allowing us to work, discover new things and communicate at the same time," said Krystian Kolondra, head of Opera browser. "This shift has come with smartphones, but desktops and laptops, while theoretically more powerful multitasking tools, have been left behind. We believe this needs to change,” he added.
Amazing features- The new Opera let’s its user to chat with their friends while browsing. It includes a side tab for messengers allowing simultaneous browsing and chatting.. In addition, the browser brings in a easy photo sharing option in which users can share their pictures by simply dragging any online picture to the messenger's icon . Users will also find shortcuts to instantaneously toggle between messengers and a menu button that facilitates them to log out from messengers directly in the browser without having to go to the app.
Well that’s not all; the company has also initiated some perceptible changes in the interface of the browser with Reborn. The new Opera is basic, lighter and includes stylish looking tabs. The icons in it look quite bright and sophisticated and also it has a invigorated speed dial with smooth animations. Opera Reborn comes with fresh look, new icons, colours, wallpapers and a touch of animation to the browser. Additionally, it includes two theme colours for the new browser- light and dark along with three new backgrounds that can be supervised under Themes.
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