Opera’s new browser gives you direct access to WhatsApp, Messenger, and Telegram

Opera is one of the least browser most internet users use, especially PC user. But they continue to fight hard by developing and implementing new and interesting features to their browser, so as to win over more users. The Opera’s new browser comes with a addition messaging sidebar built directly into the browser interface.

Opera’s new browser inbuilt messaging sidebarOpera’s new browser inbuilt messaging sidebar

The inbuilt messaging sidebar allows you to log in directly into your WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and Telegram accounts. Which you can chat with friends and family without ever leaving Opera browser interface itself.

These is a really interesting feature, but just like it previous features it not really a big change. Opera idea to it new feature is that user will be saving time by not having to switch from browser to chat windows. But for most people, accessing apps like WhatsApp is just alt-tab away.

This feature was first seen during the company’s experimental Neon browser, which was aim to test out Opera’s weirdest ideas. Now it been added to it main browser. Along with the sidebar messaging interface other new features include animated icons, colorful themes, and a dedicated dark mode. Opera’s new browser also include a built-in ad-blocking tool and access to a free, unlimited VPN that is already in it older browsers.

Even if what Opera’s new browser feature is not something big, like improvement in browser speed. It still another way Opera can differentiate itself from other browsers, and perhaps get some new admirers in the process.

 

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