There are several different browsers you can choose from on desktop and mobile. Opera is one of those browsers, but back in 2019, the company decided to spin off their browser where they created a separate browser called Opera GX that was apparently designed for gamers. This came with features like CPU and RAM limiters so users can choose how much resources they want to allocate.

Now it seems that Opera has decided that they will be bringing its GX gaming browser onto mobile devices. Do note that Opera GX for mobile is currently in beta, but you can take it for a spin if you’re curious as to what it can do for you and your browsing experience.

According to Opera, “First off, you get custom navigation with the Fast Action Button (FAB) and haptic feedback (vibrations). On top of this, you can easily sync your mobile and desktop browsers with the Flow feature – it lets you share files, notes, videos and gaming content like walkthroughs, tutorials and character builds between your devices. Plus there’s instant access to GX Corner – a one-tap space for gaming news, deals and a game release calendar.”

The company also claims that the design of the browser was inspired by gaming and gaming gear, so in case the more somber tones of mobile browsers isn’t cutting it for you, Opera GX will let you choose between various “gaming” themes. It’s an interesting spin on the browser application and if you’re curious, you can participate in the beta for iOS or Android (it will download the APK).

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