Opera for Android 48
miyukiwork Opera last edited by
We are happy to announce the release of Opera for Android 48 (48.1.2331.132804).
In this release, we have added two of the most user requested features, Text size option and Tab option when returning to the browser. If you prefer larger text size by default, you can go to Settings and change the size. Regarding the tab settings, now you can always go back to the tab where you've left off instead of going back to the start page. This option is also available in Settings.
Besides the above requests, our browser helps you get rid of annoying cookie dialogs and streamline your experience with improved autofill, credit card, and password management. The cookie dialog settings is available in the Ad blocker settings.
Change log for this version:
- Chromium 69
- Cookie dialog blocker (and “Report cookie dialog” option but only in the beta versions)
- Text size option
- Clear data options
- Home screen shortcuts (Android 6 and up)
- Tab option when returning to the browser
- Autofill feature improvements
- Default browser setting
- New error page
Please try the new version and leave a comment with any feedback you may have for us.
firuz-u7 last edited by
The video playback works very poorly, video shows 5 minutes and then gives an error and after rewinding the video player gives an error, in Google Chrome for Android everything is fine and rewinding also works.
Pages and their video player https://video.sibnet.ru/ ; http://animedub.ru/ ; animevost.org ; http://seasonvar.ru/ ; https://vk.com/ ; https://online.anidub.com/ ; animecult.ru/
kutykurutty last edited by
@miyukiwork Hi Miyuki! Great improvements once again. But there is still one thing which should be considered because it was not adressed in version 47. It would be nice to have a setting which allows to hide the status bar of android, that would be very appreciated by users which own a device with OLED display to avoid burn-in. Similar feature like in Samsung Browser. Thanks!
werby last edited by
I always use Opera on my Android 6.0.1 smartphone and I'm very satisfied!
Everything's fine and Opera seems to be fairly the finest browser for this device.
Everything except one: Opera connects to test server every 6-8 hours even if "FORCE STOP" has been applied.
Is it possible to stop this? Or else, is it possible for a user to have complete control of Opera?
Just as it used to be...
Thank you! Regards!
werby last edited by werby
Test server? : 18.104.22.168:443 am4-lvs-test.osp.opera.software
Force stop? : Settings > Apps > Opera => Uninstall & Force stop buttons.
My firewall reports that Opera tries to connect every 6-8 hours.
I "Force stop" Opera but after those hours I always find Opera active.
That means, Opera opens itself just to connect to, ignoring user's command (Force stop).
This issue started after recent releases. There wasn't in the past.
Thanks for your attention!
firuz-u7 last edited by firuz-u7
Hi, thanks for the reply
Xiaomi redmi 3s prime only on Opera Android but Opera touch is working fine
examples of web pages where video give an error after a few minutes of watching: https://video.sibnet.ru/ ; http://animedub.ru/ ; animevost.org ; http://seasonvar.ru/ ; https://vk.com/ ; https://online.anidub.com/ ; animecult.ru/
and I notice that play.google.com has many reports that the video gives an error.
kutykurutty last edited by
@miyukiwork Thanks for the feedback! As you probably know, more and more manufacturer switching from IPS to OLED. Tens of millions of the Samsung Galaxy S series have such display, but more recently Huawei, Xiaomi, Apple, LG, Google also. Maybe worth to address this to make Opera THE superior browser. Thank you!
upnorth last edited by
Is the new Cookie blocking Live and working?