Monthly archive for: February 2016

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As many of you may have heard, a group of Chinese internet firms, including Kunlun and Qihoo 360 and, have made an offer for Opera. Just an important FYI: this deal is yet to be finalized, as our investors have to decide whether or not they want to sell their shares. Lets see if the...

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Today’s Opera 35 for Android release is mostly about changes under the hood: we’ve done an upgrade to Chromium 48, reduced memory usage, and included various smaller tweaks and bug fixes. We’ve also added a feedback prompt, which you may see pop up after a while: use this to tell us how we’re doing, so...

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Today, we’re releasing an update of Opera Max with the latest Opera Turbo technology and all of Opera Max’s VPN data connections will switch to using a SPDY with SSL tunnel instead of HTTP 1.1. This is a much more advanced, modern way of proxying data on behalf of browsers and apps. Which means three...

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A lot of us have many different apps installed on our phone that we rarely use. But, at what cost? They take up precious storage space and send countless notifications that interrupt your day. And, as if that wasn’t bad enough, many also demand constant updating. All this can slow down or even freeze your...

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