Opera Next 15: Get a Taste of Opera's Next Gen of Browsers
Article by George Norman
On 28 May 2013
The next version of the Opera web browser has been rolled out to the public by the Norwegian software developer. Opera Next 15 is now available for download.

Norwegian developer Opera Software started the week by introducing the latest preview of the next generation of web browsers: Opera Next 15. This is a sneak preview what the Opera desktop browser will have to offer in the future, and it is available for Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X.

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Opera Next 15 – Main Features
  • Interface – a new, modern, sleekly, refined interface meant to help you browser easier. It features elegant icons and tab bar, and it is deeply integrated with the platform.
  • Engine – under the hood the browser features the Chromium engine.
  • Unified search and address bar – just like with Chrome, the address bar can also be used to enter search queries.
  • Stash – collect websites by clicking the heart icon in the address bar; have a central location where you can temporarily store websites. Stash comes in handy when you want to compare online offers for example.
  • Discover - this new feature brings you news, articles, and other interesting content suggestions. There ar nore than 13 different content categories across more than 30 languages.
  • Mail – the Opera Mail and the desktop browser are no longer one and the same. Opera's internal email client is now a separate product.


“Completely rethinking a browser in today's competitive market is a big thing," says Opera Software SVP of Desktop Products, Krystian Kolondra. “Our new browser is more beautiful and allows users to harness the massive amount of web content they are faced with today. Give it a try and discover something completely new.”
  • Get Opera Next 15 for Windows here.
  • Get Opera Next 15 for Mac here.
Get Opera Mail for Windows here.
Get Opera Mail for Mac here.

Find out more about Opera Next here.



Tags: Opera Software, Opera Next, Windows, Mac OS X, Microsoft, Apple, browser, Google, Chrome, Chromium
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