I am quite sure that one major app that smartphone as well as tablet owners use each day would be the browser, and there is quite a number to choose from to date, with different browsers catering to various folks. You know, different strokes for different folks, one man’s meat is another man’s poison, the works. Well, Opera has just announced their latest Opera browser beta that will no longer be based on the Presto engine but rather, is in favor of WebKit. Just what kind of changes do you think you can expect with the latest Opera browser beta?
After downloading it for free over at Google Play, you would realize that having a similar rendering engine as its Chrome and Safari counterparts is useful for mobile web browsing, where it will feature a refreshed speed dial page that allows for the easier launching of favorite sites, an Off-Road Mode that helps you conserve data, in addition to a discover tab and HTML5 support.
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