Opera's browser with a modern design
Opera has always been one of the browsers committed to making the user experience evolve when it came to browsing the Internet. Opera Neon is the brand's latest development with the intention to revolutionize our browsing experience by means of a modern design without neglecting any of the functions that have turned Opera into of the best browsers.
Browsing inspired by touchscreen gestures
The main new features of this new Opera we can be found in how we control websites, as it's focused on using gestures on a touchscreen. Thus, the tabs have been replaced by bubbles which we can drag to our desktop if we want.
The design is very eye-catching and offers us a different point of view to Internet browsing in which aesthetics play an important role. These are its main features:
- Design elements adapted to our actions just as dragging or pressing.
- Playback panel that brings together all the video and audio contents that we play and opens in a separate window.
- Tabs are organized in a more visual manner.
- Built-in screenshots: capture the full screen or certain region.
- Split-screen mode.
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