Opera Touch gives mobile users a better way to browse the internet

Opera has released a new version of its browser called Opera Touch. The web browser for mobile is positioned as a better solution than what is currently out, designed around a one-handed experience.

When you open the browser, you'll be presented with a search page, giving you access to Google, search by voice or even just scanning a QR code. This isn't all that uncommon when discussing a mobile browser but perhaps it's more distinguishing element is its Fast Action Buttons. The buttons are located towards the bottom of the display and give you access to search, recent tabs, and browser navigation. This is quite convenient compared to Chrome that has its button located at the top of its browser.

Opera Touch might be optimized for mobile but it isn't any less powerful than what you might find with the competition. You'll be able to seamlessly integrate your PC experience with the mobile browser, without the need to log in to either application. By using Flow, you can send notes, images, videos and more, and keep them for later access. Flow will also sync with Opera on PC and is encrypted and private.

Currently, Opera Touch is only available for Android from the Google Play Store. It will be available soon for those using iOS.

Source: Opera via The Verge

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