With Opera Turbo rebranded as “Off-Road Mode”.
It looks like Opera Ice was simply a codename, as Norwegian browser maker has just announced the availability of its WebKit based web browser for Android. So how is it called? Opera Browser (Beta).
As we have seen in previous official and unofficial videos, Opera with WebKit brings a new take on the user interface, news reader, download manager and a private browsing mode (you know, for buying gifts).
However, with all that said the most important thing is web sites compatibility. It will be a like breath of fresh air, especially for the most loyal Opera users who have been using their web browsers for many years.
And if you are up for the (usual) promo video where you can’t understand half of the words, here it is:
The iOS version is yet to be announced but it’s a great start.
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