Opera Touch was released today for iOS. The "light, fast, and secure" browser is specially designed for all-screen devices with no home button like the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, and comes with an interface that's optimized for one-handed use.
Thanks to a floating "Fast Action" menu button located at the bottom of the screen, users can touch to access a radial menu and swipe through several actions, enabling them to open and close browser tabs, perform searches, and navigating forwards and backwards through web pages with their thumb.
The main screen includes quick access to top and recent websites, and the browser also features built-in ad blocking and comes with protection against disguised online cryptocurrency mining, or "cryptojacking".
Elsewhere, the app makes use of Opera's My Flow feature, which allows users to transfer URL links, images, and note clippings between devices running Opera over a secure and private connection.
Opera Touch is available for iPhone and iPad in several languages and can be downloaded directly from the App Store. [Direct Link]
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Yeah sorry, I'll show myself out right now
While I have always been a fan of Chrome, I started using Safari progressively more across my Apple devices.
I like Google Chrome but i don’t like its data mining. Nothing compares to Safari browsing the internet on mobile phones IMO, it’s the most solid all around browser.
In the end I concur and this is one of the other reasons I won’t use it. It was bought out by, Qihoo 360