Opera integrates Watts Ab, Telegram and Messenger into the latest version of its browser




browser has improvements to ad blocking and performance, especially for graphics and video processing.
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Opera today announced the launch of a new version of its Web browser that brings a number of features, including the integration of some of the most important IM applications within the browser.

Last year, Opera added a number of important features to its browser, including the possibility of creating a free VPN and blocking ads without any additions. Earlier this year, the company launched its new web browser, Opera Neon, which it said gave a glimpse into the future of desktop browsing.

Today, Oprah said in a publication on her blog that the best neon parts are available on the new version of her flagship browser, which she called “Reborn”.

Because social messaging applications have changed people’s lives by allowing them to work, explore and communicate at the same time, Oprah said that the new version of its browser integrates some of the most popular applications, such as Telegram, Wizardspace, and Facebook Messenger, Any add or apply.

Like Opera Neon, the company said its main browser now supports smooth transition between chat and browsing. Messaging applications can be used by clicking on their own icons and embedded in the sidebar of the browser. After logging in to each service, they can be used in two ways: first, they can be opened over the browser, and the other can be opened as a side profile of the current browsing tab.

Oprah added that the new version of the browser, which comes as a project that gradually brings back the experience of Opera users in the college, brings many improvements to the user interface, including new colors, it became available in two colors of light and dark colors, and you can choose the color or image of the background. This also changes the shape of icons.

The company said the browser is improving its ad blocking and performance features, especially for graphics and video processing, as well as improving application security, including user warning when entering special data such as password and credit card number on a site that does not support HTTPS.


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