Opera 14 for Android out of beta, brings new UI, Off-Road mode and more

Opera 14 for Android

Opera 14 for Android is finally out of beta and is available from the Google Play. Opera released the version 14 beta back in March that brought the new WebKit engine replacing Opera’s own Presto engine. The new Opera browser is based on Chromium 26 engine but the  Chromium/Blink-based browser technology is not available yet. Opera says that it would be available in future as they plan to stay closely in sync with the Chromium development cycle with frequent updates.

The new version also brings completely revamped native UI that is built from groud up, Off-Road mode ( built-in Opera Mini compression), Omnibar with combined search and URL field and lots more.

New features in Opera 14 for Android

  • New native UI design, built from the ground up
  • New Speed Dial with easy-to-use visual folders
  • Discover: a great, new way to get hot new content, no browsing necessary
  • Off Road mode: compression technology for travel and demanding network conditions
  • Combined search and address bar
  • Private browsing tabs

Download Opera browser v14.0 from the Google Play Store for free.

Author: Srivatsan Sridhar

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