The Opera browser has been around since 1995, but since that time it has gone through so many changes and is very different than how it was in the 90s or even the 2000s. I take a look at Opera 65 and see how it holds up today against competing web browsers.
People may write it off because of its simple name Samsung Internet, but upon using it, users will discover many quality of life changes that makes this browser app stand out from Chrome and others on Android.
The Brave browser recently hit the 1.0 release, meaning it should be stable enough for most folks to use. It also signaled a massive new PR campaign by the folks over at Brave. Is it worth switching from Chrome or Firefox? Let’s take a look at the somewhat controversial browser.
For people learning Japanese, there’s nothing more annoying than trying to read a website and getting stuck on some unknown kanji or complex word that takes ages to look up. If you’re a student of Japanese and surfing the “J-web”, you’re definitely going to want to equip yourself with some Japanese browser extensions to make your life easier.
I decided to do an Opera browser review since it’s not really getting any attention compared to the other big hitters. It’s been a long time since I’ve used Opera, so let’s find out if it has what it takes to stand among the increasingly saturated browser market.