@leocg since google pushes out chrome updates almost monthly compared to opera for android. thats why i asked.
@leocg said in Opera for Android 47:
I guess the risk would be that you may not get security fixes from the newer versions.
Start the topic with a title that briefly describe the problem so people will know about what this is about.
Don't try to explain all the problem in the title.
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I think that's normal with sync. My most recent tabs are always replacing previously
opened tabs if I close them so I keep the ones I want to sync open when syncing. You can also try checking your history for those tabs at sync.opera.com as long as you don't have Opera clean the history when exiting.
@sgunhouse said in Website notification is too abused and annoying:
It is easy to disable notifications either in Opera's settings or in Android - why didn't you do that first?
Oh i didn't know it can be disabled
But most peoples don't know how to disable it and we had some student getting +18 spam because they pressed allow for no reason. There will be more websites that abuses notification to keep asking until they press allow if no protection implement.