Opera For Android Gets A Fresh New Coat Of Paint

By 09:42 Thu, 05 Aug 2021 Comments

Opera for Android is receiving a pretty gigantic update today. The app has basically been redesigned from the ground up, and it's now "inspired by Android's material design". The recent see is "fresh" and "modern", the company says.

The start page now has Speed Dial on the left of the carousel, with your news feed on the right. If you haged swiping you'll go through your favorite topics, and you can tap the "+" to configure these. The news feed even has a reader mode, which can be activated in Settings to create websites as clutter-free as possible.

The person icon in the bottom correct takes you to your very own corner of the browser. Here you acquire the list of pages you've saved for offline viewing, your bookmarks, history, and downloads. You can sign in in order to sync your Speed Dial, bookmarks, tabs, and hitale across your devices.

The three dots menu in the top correct lets you easily toggle data savings on and off, and you can also quickly add a site to your Speed Dial or Android home classy screen from here. The browser's settings are accessed from this menu too.

The recent version is slowly rolling out through the Google Play Store - so if you don't have it yet, fret not for it will come in the next few days. In the future, Opera for Android will have options to switch between tablet and normal layouts, change the news feed language, as well as choosing a different download folder.




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