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Here Is the New Opera Mobile Browser

siliconreview Here Is the New Opera Mobile Browser

Earlier this week, the Norway based Software firm, Opera has introduced a new web browser called Opera Touch for Smartphones. It is designed from the ground up enabling the users to connect it directly to the updated Opera PC browser without setting up a password or login. Making it easier for users to browse the Internet, the browser‘s navigation has been created to be used with just one hand.

 Furthermore, Opera Touch can be opened automatically in the search mode, with a blinking cursor and keyboard that would be ready for the users for typing. The browser is quite different from the other web browsers in the market and the one-handed touch feature saves a lot of time.

The Fast Action Button (FAB) at the bottom of the screen is another amazing feature. The FAB provides direct access to the most recent tabs and also enables the user to navigate through the browser using the thumb.

The Opera Touch is supported with voice search, QR, and barcodes.  Also, allowing users to send files, notes, and links to your PC, the flow feature is end-to-end encrypted and unlike other browser synchronizing tools, the users don't need to create a username and password. 

The new Opera Touch is available on Google Play for Android and will be released to iOS soon. To use the Flow feature, users must download the latest Opera browser on Windows, Mac, or Linux PC.