Opera GX, the world's first gaming browser is now available for download

Opera GX, the world's first gaming browser is now available for download

Opera Limited, the leading browser developer has announced a new browser, Opera GX Mobile. It is the world’s first mobile browser designed for gamers. The desktop version of Opera is trusted by over nine million users and now, the Norwegian company has rolled out a mobile version.

Opera GX mobile comes with a lot of features that include custom navigation with FAB (Fast Action Button) along with vibrations and haptic feedback. The newly added Flow feature will allow you to sync your mobile and desktop browsers.

The Flow feature will enable sharing of walkthroughs, builds and tutorials between devices. It will also give access to the GX Corner, a place where you can view the latest gaming news and a regularly updated game release calendar.

The new feature can be found down below the search bar and on the speed dial as well. It is quite useful for gaming enthusiasts to stay updated with their favourite games as the updates are frequent and real-time.

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On top of that, the gaming UI of the browser takes it to another level. The GX has gaming-inspired browser themes. There are a total of four themes that includes GX Classic, Ultra Violet, Purple Haze and White Wolf.

Flow is an encrypted, chat-like space that connects you between the mobile and computer browsers. The feature lets you send files, links, YouTube videos, photos and personal notes, and access them at any time from a connected phone or computer.

In order to get connected with multiple devices, users will have to simply scan the QR code displayed in the browser of the device that they wish to connect or sync. Most importantly, the browser has inbuilt powerful adblockers, cookie blockers and comes with advanced crypto mining protection.

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