Get a glimpse into what Opera for computers could become. Each Opera Neon feature is an alternate reality for the Opera browser.
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.A great browser for Windows. Definitely surpasses Edge, Firefox and Chrome - for me.
TechCrunchBrowsers have gotten boring. After a flurry of innovation, especially around the time Google launched Chrome, things slowed down over the last few years. We've seen a few interesting experiments, mostly from smaller players like Yandex, Brave and Vivaldi, but the largest players have pretty much stuck to their script.
Business InsiderRemember when Chrome was exciting? It wasn't too long ago when Google's web browser was seen as a godsend, a minimalist and speedy alternative to the stagnant husk of Internet Explorer. Now, Chrome is at a point of dominance. And though it's not as messy as IE was at its peak, the magic has worn off.
The VergeOpera released a new web browser today called Neon that's meant to try out a bunch of untested design ideas. Neon isn't close to being ready to replace your main web browser - it's being called a "concept browser" - but it does have some neat ideas that are fun to try out and, in some cases, you can imagine becoming part of a major browser one day.
NDTV Gadgets360.comOpera has been launching quite a few features recently to up its browser game. From free VPN, to inbuilt ad-blocking, to a new privacy mode - the Opera browser updates have been frequently flowing. Ringing in the New Year, Opera has launched a parallel concept browser that showcases features that encapsulate the future of web browsing.