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opera Opera Switches to Webkit

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Opera is switching to the WebKit engine as well as Chromium for its upcoming version of browsers for smartphones and computers. The company is making this switch to provide a better browsing experience on Android and iOS.

Unfortunatly, Opera has no plans to go open source, and is is still a proprietary (non-free) browser.

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Since when is Opera "non-free"? It looks pretty free to me for my desktop and my Android phone.

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Since when is Opera "non-free"? It looks pretty free to me for my desktop and my Android phone.

It's free, but not open source.

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