Is there still no way to open mobile tabs on desktop in 2023?
xandrsgames last edited by
I loved switching from Chrome to Opera and have been using it for about a week. So far everything has been great.
But I was in bed last night and opened a bunch of tabs in Opera on my iPhone to read later on my desktop and I can't find a way to access those tabs on my PC.
This seems like a very basic feature that all the other browsers have always had...
Am I doing something wrong?
Himmelssheriff last edited by
@xandrsgames No, unfortunately this way round. If you connect Opera via Flow with your PC you may see the last tabs that were opened in your computer.
If you want to read your articles and websites on your desktop you have to manually share them by the Flow feature. It's therefore not totally impossible, but there's no such thing as automatic sync between devices.
I'm not sure whether it's different with Opera for Android, but as you've mentioned you iPhone I don't think that there's another way to sync devices as Opera on iPhone is basically the same as Opera Touch on Android.
Firefox and Chrome (and Safari on Apple devices only) have a much better sync capability. So if you heavily rely on it, then you better choose another browser. I myself like the desktop version very much and can live very easily with the trimmed down version on iOS.