The Norwegian/Chinese Company has today released a new mobile browser for Android devices. Dubbed the Opera Touch, the new mobile browser comes with clever interface choices that make it easier for one-handed use.
When you launch the browser, you are first greeted by the address bar; in which you can type in the URL or the search query you want to run. When you have opened a website, and you scroll up, a button will appear at the bottom of the screen letting you easily switch to other opened tab or start a new one.
Come to think of it; virtually all mainstream mobile browser has the address bar and tab buttons located at the top of the screen. That means to open/close a tab, you must reposition your hand to reach them, but with Opera Touch, you simply do that without much hand movements.
Opera Touch lets you beam content from your mobile to Desktop Browser
The new Opera Touch enables you to push sites from your Android phone to your desktop and vice versa. Provided you are using Opera browser on both platforms simultaneously; some of the …read more