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Touch is intended as a 1-hand browser for use on... well, phones small enough to be used by one hand. It supports connecting the browser to a desktop or laptop running Opera for Computers via My Flow, a means of sharing links, notes and images. Strangely (for most people, it doesn't have bookmarks and some features are only in portrait orientation (long side of your screen vertical). So it is good for quickly looking up websites, but not so much business, and not for tablets or designed to be used in landscape mode.
Mini was designed originally as sort of a cloud browser - most of the actual rendering being done on Opera's servers and then just a small client on your device. It has evolved since then, but it still supports several degrees of data compression. So if you have a plan with limited or metered data (you pay per GB) then Mini is the browser for you. It does support Sync to share bookmarks and tabs with your other devices, but doesn't have all the features of Opera Browser for Android.
Opera for Android is a full browser with pretty much all the features of a desktop browser except extensions, multiple windows, or sidebars. (Most versions of Android don't have windows or split-screen, so multiple windows or sidebars are out.) I'm posting this reply from Opera for Android on a tablet with attached keyboard.
@53north Don't worry! It's a typical warning when "Google Play" is disabled. Those notifications can be easily disabled, too.
Update Opera by downloading latest release from official site, then install it without previous version uninstall.
@leocg said in How to yowhatsapp update?:
You need to ask in yowhatsapp support page, forum, whatever. Opera has nothing to do with it.
Is this where to support, update the latest versions of yowhatsapp: https://techbigs.com/yowhatsapp.html
I have followed the instructions to the letter and I'm afraid that didn't work either.
I guess I will just have to either copy my bookmarks manually or work up the courage to let go of them.
Anyway, thank you for bearing with me for so long.