It's easy to forget that Opera is still out there with all the talk of Chrome and Firefox, but it's still a capable browser. Even more so after it switched to a Chromium base a while back. The beta version of Opera is getting an update today, and it's based on a new version of Chromium with a few added features.
Here's the changelog for the new Opera beta.
- Tab synchronization: new view for synced tabs, new layout in Tab manager
- Improved Text wrap
- 64-bit support
- New progress bar
- Opera Turbo replaces Off-road mode
- Upgrade to Chromium 42
- Various stability and usability improvements
The 64-bit support isn't going to make a ton of difference right now as there are almost no Android devices with 64-bit cores.
Opera Browser Beta Updated With 64-Bit Support, Chromium 42 Codebase, Improved Text Wrap, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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