As for me, Touch is not a usable browser yet.
It lacks bookmarks.
It crashes when I go split-screen and disable split-screen.
Even worse, sometimes, once I see that upside-down UFO-bug, it appears on every, really every site I open. And sites just crash sometimes.
And also, the system status-bar line on the top of every android phone (which you drag to see notifications) is considered as part of the screen by Touch, sometimes in order to close unrecognized by it pop-up I need to scroll the page. Not a big inconvenience, but still could be better, bear in mind that every other browser is good in that place.
Also, some sites just don't open in Touch, while they are working in any other browser.
Pages are getting wiped from memory too fast (guess, imo here).
But! I love the UI, it's really cool and perspective. Cool thing. Also, Flow is a really good feature. So (don't know if Opera related people are here), my questions are:
Why don't add Flow to a normal Opera mobile?
What about making Touch UI an option in Opera mobile? It'd have bigger audience and a normal browser to work with.
After Touch and Opera 60, the interface of Opera mobile is a bit outdated to me. Are there any plans on renewing it?