Tired of using the same Internet browser day after day? What if we told you that we could make browsing fun and eye-pleasing again? Introducing Opera Neon, the next generation of browsers, focused on looks, feels, and content quality.
What is Opera Neon? Simply speaking, it’s a new Internet browser concept, which takes Internet browsing to a whole new level. Launched on the 12th of January, Opera Neon is what you might call the epitome of browsing the Internet since it’s the only browser available on the market which managed to find the perfect balance between stunning graphics and functionality.
The difference between Opera’s new Neon browser and your run-of-the-mill net searching tool is that Neon somehow manages to show the user a glimpse of the future. Opera Neon features dozens of new functions, such as split screen, background video player, powerful cropping tools, and much more.
One of the browser’s most popular function is the ability to view two tabs at once. Remember when you used to play games on a single computer or console with your friend using the split screen feature and the same keyboard or controller?
Well, with Opera Neon you will be able to do the same thing with tabs. Let’s say that you want to search for an item on your favorite shopping site, but, at the same time you want to ask your friend or significant other for an opinion.
How would you proceed using a regular Internet browser like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox? Naturally, you would keep two tabs open, one for Facebook Messenger, and the other one reserved for the shopping website. Of course, you would have to switch between the two tabs constantly.
With Opera Neon, you won’t have to worry about switching between two active tabs. Simply drag the icons to the left of to the right, and the browser will display them side-by-side. How cool is that?
But wait, because there’s more. Opera Neon comes with its own pre-installed quick-launch widget. When you switch to the browser, you will see a couple of floating circles representing the sites you’ve accessed so far.
Opera Neon will be able to sort your quick-launch icons depending on how often you’ve accessed them. This mean that the top-most circles belong to the most visited websites, while those close to the bottom belong to the least visited sites.
Interested in seeing how Opera Neon performs? Then head over to Opera Neon’s official website and download the browser for free.