New Delhi, India, June 26, 2014: Opera Software has launched the Developer version of Opera 24 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The Opera desktop browser was re-built from scratch for the Windows and Mac platforms, based on the Blink rendering engine. At the same time, Opera has been developing the Linux version to bring the same set of improvements from the very first release. User can download it from the experimental Developer channel at opera.com/developer/.
Product Manager of Desktop Products at Opera Software Zhenis Beisekov said, “We’ve had many questions about Opera on Linux from our users. For us, it was just a matter of time to deliver it. We focused on rebuilding the entire browser, adding a new engine and the same features you can find in the Windows and Mac versions. Now, you can finally get a web experience completely re-thought for the Linux platform.”
With this Developer version, Linux users will be able to test some handy browsing improvements, such as the Stash and Discover features. Both make your surfing much easier by organizing web content. The Stash feature allows you to collect scans of your webpages, so you can easily compare offers, hotels or products, while the Discover feature gathers fresh, interesting articles right in your browser.
For now, Opera for Linux is only available in a Developer version. Opera Developer is an experimental product stream, that gives you a sneak peek of upcoming features that might make their way into a stable version in the future.