Opera 16 Final Now Available

By | August 28, 2013 | 6 Comments

Opera 16 Final Now AvailableGrab it now.

If developer builds is not exactly your cup of tea then you’d be happy to know that Opera has recently released the final version of Opera 16, which (among various bug fixes and performance improvements) includes a couple of nice features to play with.

First in the list is a support for Geolocation API, allowing web sites to track your location if required. In addition to that, opera:flags option is now back, so are jump lists and most importantly, the form auto-filler (yay!).

These are only the most important changes thought, for a complete list, see the following page.

Opera 16 Final

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  1. Pietro Marafiga Monteiro says:

    Fast as lightning!

  2. Tiago Sá says:

    And obviously no bookmarks. I said this before and I’ll say it again: they are never doing as deep a browser as Opera once was (or even anything close to that).

    • Well you should inform yourself before saying it again, bookmarks are being worked and will be included in a future release, it was officially announced in the Desktop Team Blog.

      You talk about deep, sure that site is among your regular visits.

    • jayjarn says:

      You still managed to miss the fact that they’re working on bookmarks?

  3. Mohan says:

    Still no Linux version.

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