Opera Link still not working or am i too ....
vlgeller last edited by
Hey! I can't log in Opera Classic on my Android now. Anyone can?
therryxxx last edited by
that's too bad. opera used to be good. don't they really care with loyal opera users? I guess it's time to get a proper and future proof brower...
Deleted User last edited by
I really like using opera for browsing the web, but the lack of synchronization functionality is really making me think about moving to Google chrome. It's been like forever that the synchronization page says that it will be fixed soon, but I'm starting to doubt whether someone is working on this improvement.
csetoue last edited by
They dont full king care about the old and loyal users who stored all their internet personal data for years...
dave576 last edited by
This is a sad situation, since the new version Opera wanted us to use the new Bookmark and Speed Dial, and now we can't save, backup or sync.
Makes it pretty useless.
It's time to fix this issue...
c64er last edited by
well , i stopped using Opera as the sync is not functioning and I believe its ridiculous.
Its 2014 now not 1995 that I carried my bookmarks on a floppy as I had to exchange them between my systems.
polocanada last edited by
They are working on this, so don't be so childish all of you who complain. If you don't want to wait go to Google or Firefox, your choice. Nobody is holding you off. In fact, don't even waste the time to mess the forums here with expressing your frustration. Just go, why you even bother to come here and threaten to leave. You are free to go. You sound like wainy trolls.
They are reworking the whole thing.
Not just bringing bookmarks back, which less and less people use nowadays. I stopped using bookmarks 2 years ago because it was terrible mess. I don't need bookmarks if I can google things or simply copy text to Evernote. From that point of view it makes absolute sense what Opera is doing and I applaud them because it's the right direction to go.
So instead of bitching and waining, take a trip to another browser and if you like you can come back. Cheers.
By the way - Opera is probably short of cash. My only concern is how they are going to finance everything. Google is main income but with the market share of mobile phones diminished (Fall of Nokia phones and web-capable feature phones), Opera has less choices. So move to Android was necessary, at least it's not too late. If they haven't made the big step they would have already closed down the shop the same way Nokia did (almost, without Microsoft rescue injection).
Opera works great and I wouldn't switch to Chrome by no means:
- Customizability and Tools