In Opera Touch they have something like this called My Flow. If you look you'll see there is already a thread requesting to bring My Flow to Opera for Android - look over the description, and if it does what you want then support that thread instead.
I also require keyboard shortcuts for mobile (in Mini and regular) as I intend to use my phone as my main browser, in my hand and hooked up to a larger display. (HDMI, Chromecast, Miracast, whatever gets the picture there) Some of the suggestions above from matt12 are also valid, however keyboard shotcuts are my personal focus.
@daxorp Yes, There is a flag for testing in desktop version but, at least for now, it causes more trouble than it brings benefits because it will take a long time for sites to start changing it.
And I still think that It has nothing to do with privacy or security.
@leocg I've tried this and it seems to work for YouTube but none of my other apps (e.g. Twitter). I see a list of sites with permission to always open in external app (with only YouTube urls in it), but I can't see any way to add to it.
How would that work? I mean, blocking ads by yourself... It's a bit useless, isn't it? You'd have to take off ads and pop-ups manually by clicking multiple cross-shaped icons. Maybe, you're refering to decide what kind of ads you would like to see but I think that'd not be possible, since there are all types of ads and they show up randomly. If you want to decide what pages may show ads; there're adsblocks that allow you to whitelist pages. For example, Opera ad blocker or Enhacer for Youtube (as the name says, this works only for youtube; allowing you to decide what channels can show up ads and other features)