Opera for Android Speed Dial

A completely redesigned user interface is rolling out from today in a new version of the Opera browser for Android. This will happen gradually, so it may take a little while before you see it on your phone or tablet. Design makeover We’ve given Opera for Android a serious lick of paint: the browser has...

» Read more

Thumbnail

Today, we gradually roll out in the Opera browser for Android a total makeover to the user interface. Here are some things you might be wondering about your new-look browser:   1. “How can I turn on data savings?” Switch on data savings to make websites lighter! Browsing with data savings on means you reduce...

» Read more

After our initial beta release of the new Opera for Android a couple of weeks ago, we’ve gotten a lot of excellent feedback. That’s why we’re happy to release an upgrade that fixes many of the reported issues, and brings a number of new features as well — note that this will be a gradual...

» Read more

Today, we’re starting to roll out an upgrade of Opera for Android to our beta channel. We’re doing this gradually, so it might take a little while before you see it on your device. A brand new UI The first thing you’ll notice is the UI overhaul: we’ve rebuilt the main browser interface completely, while...

» Read more

At Opera we keep experimenting and innovating to offer a faster, easier and better experience on the web. We were the first browser to offer an alternative to Safari for iOS, back in April 2010. iOS users can already choose Opera Mini, the small and fast browser with compression, and Opera Coast, the innovative browser...

» Read more

Android Nougat, the 7.0 version of the Android operating system, is coming soon. We applaud Google for adding an Android OS “data saver” toggle to quick settings out of the box. The more players in the Android ecosystem who focus on lowering the cost of data access, the better. However, the early preview of Android...

» Read more