Few days after the company discontinued Opera VPN, they have now launched another browser called Opera Touch. Opera Touch is different from the normal opera mobile browser. Opera Touch has been designed specifically to work with any mobile device and desktop.
Opera Touch is very easy to use with just one hand, Touch brings quick access to the Speed Dial, bookmarks, the back and reload/kill page buttons, and your open tabs.
When you open it, the address bar immediately opens up and is ready for you to begin typing a URL or a search query. And when you’re on a website, scrolling up will reveal a button at the bottom of the page that you can tap to access your other tabs or to start a new one.
Opera Touch also includes a feature that lets you push websites from your phone to your desktop, or vice versa, so long as you’re using Opera on both platforms. Some of that will happen automatically (a “continue from computer” option will pop up when you open a new tab on mobile), but if you want to make sure a site transfers over, you can send it using a feature Opera calls “Flow.”
Flow creates a feed of websites that you’ve shared from one platform to the other that you can scroll back through to find what you’re looking for.
Opera Touch features voice search function and allows users to scan a QR or barcode to perform a search.
Fast Action Button (FAB) is a button that gives you access to it all. It is located at the bottom of your browser screen; and gives you direct access to the most recent tabs and search features.
Where Can I Download it?
Opera Touch is already available for download on Google Playstore, while iOS users will have to wait a while for it to arrive in the App Store.