Former Lifewire writer Susan J. Owens is a tech writer focused on AI, blockchain, and virtual machines. Updated July 17, Opera is a free internet browser available for mobile phones and computers. Opera Touch, the mobile version of Opera designed for one-handed smartphone use is also available on Android and iOS, as is the faster, data-saving focused Opera Mini. What Is Opera? The original Opera web browser was released in , as the result of a research project of a Norwegian telecommunications company. Since that time, the browser has received 60 updates in response to new innovations, and to keep pace with new technological innovations.
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The browser uses Opera's servers to compress Web pages, and allows you to load them much faster, so you can not only save time, but also money if you are using 3G browsing. The browser interface looks great opera webbrowser any Android device, giving it a opera webbrowser sleek and, above all, functional opera webbrowser. In addition, you can easily zoom in by 'pinching the screen' and have multiple touch shortcuts to navigate in a way that is more comfortable than other browsers. Thanks to the Opera Link service, you can synchronize your bookmarks, shortcuts and general options, and share them with your desktop and mobile terminal, which is useful for users who tend be on the move. The opera webbrowser comes with automatic support for social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
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Get a faster, better browser. Opera's free VPN, Ad Blocker, integrated messengers and private mode help you browse securely and smoothly. Share files. Opera is a freeware web browser for Microsoft Windows, Android, iOS, macOS, and Linux operating systems, developed by Opera Software, a Norwegian Developer(s): Opera Software.