Opera Reborn Browser Allows Direct Access to WhatsApp and Facebook


Opera software has launched a latest version of its browser. The Reborn Browser has a messaging sidebar. The new sidebar is fabricated directly to its interface. Opera Reborn Browser Allows Direct Access to WhatsApp and Facebook.

The browser is renamed as Opera Reborn. It lets users to pin basic social media Apps to the left side of the browser. Now Facebook, WhatsApp and Telegram messaging is much easier via Opera browse. Opera announced that now users will be able to browse and chat with the basic shortcuts installed. It will be easier for users to switch between different messengers.

Opera Reborn Browser Allows Direct Access to WhatsApp and Facebook

It is the first time that a browser is providing such ease to its users. Other browsers only allow users to to switch to different tabs or browser windows to communicate, using different social messaging Apps together.Opera Reborn Browser Allows Direct Access to WhatsApp and Facebook

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Head of Opera browser Krystian Kolondra said:

“This shift rolled out for smartphones, desktops and laptops. It is theoretically more powerful multitasking tools. We believe this needs to change.”

The Opera Reborn also has a new menu button that lets you to log out from messaging Apps directly while using browser.

Apart from this great addition, Opera Reborn spots a new look with high quality graphical design. This design is more reliable than other browsers in market. It has incorporated refined icons, private mode animations and speed dial.

Opera also features built in ad blocking in 2016.  Opera reborn carries this feature in a better way. With Reborn you can white list selected sites to save them from Opera’s  blocking feature.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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