If you’ve a browser open whether you’re at school or at work, there’s a good chance there is a tab opened for social media as well. Whether it be for Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Twitter, or WhatsApp for the web. However if you were to use Opera’s latest browser, those tabs will no longer be necessary.

This is because with the launch of Opera’s latest browser which is dubbed Opera Reborn, the browser will actually come with apps such as WhatsApp and Messenger built into it. This means that users will no longer have to keep separate tabs open and will be able to access these apps from the sidebar in the browser itself.


According to Opera, “Browsing and chatting simultaneously is cumbersome and inefficient now, as you need to switch between tabs when responding to a message. We believe this needs to change. That’s why we bring you Opera Reborn, the first browser to allow messengers to reside within your browser, without the need to install any extensions or apps.”

The latest iteration of Opera will also carry over some of the features from its previous version, such as a built-in ad blocker and a free built-in unlimited VPN. If this sounds like something you might be interested in, then head on over to its website for the details.

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