Not pleased with the user growth.
During yesterday’s Q&A with the investors, Opera’s management has shared some details about its prospects going forward and how will it affect future revenue.
According to the keynote, they are not pleased with the desktop growth and although Opera is keeping up in the key markets like Russia, there is no excitement anywhere else.
When asked about the performance of Opera 12 since July, Opera’s management said, “it performed okay and we haven’t seen a growth that we were hoping to see”.
Interestingly enough, they promised “strong products” at the beginning of the new year, which would indicate that the final version of Opera 12.2 has already a pre-set release date.
There was also a good peace about the slowed down growth in September, which was blamed on the Saudi Arabia and other countries that were blocking Opera.
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