The Opera browser is rendering it simpler to sync between Android and desktop devices. The most recent updates (version 71 on desktop and version 60 on Android) add a new feature called Sync that doesn’t require the usage of a contact and password. You navigate to opera just.com/connect on your computer and scan the displayed QR code utilizing the QR-reader in Opera for Android. Once that’s done, all of your bookmarks, favorites, history and much more from your own desktop will arrive on your own phone.
Opera said it developed the feature because people “hate the trouble of experiencing to enter their logins and lengthy passwords,” in accordance with product manager Stefan Stjernelund. Simultaneously, it is possible to sync having an email account and password as before still.
On top of Sync, Opera introduced a fresh feature called Flow that enables you to share links, YouTube videos, photos and personal notes in the middle of your desktop and mobile browsers. That can be done that by highlighting website links simply, text or images and selecting “send to flow” from the context menu. You can even share an ongoing website by simply clicking the arrow to the proper of the address bar or entering the context menu. The brand new feature also enables you to paste and upload files around 10MB in proportions.
Finally, Opera has introduced a “Suggested Sites” feature that identifies your most regularly visited website and displays them in the speed dial section. The browser ought to be created by those features, which uses Google’s Chromium engine, a little more useful. The updates now are rolling out, which means you should soon see them.