Opera Touch coming to iPhone on October 1, private beta available today

Opera Touch coming to iPhone on October 1, private beta available today
Opera Touch, a mobile browser that made its debut on Android back in April, is coming to iOS this fall, developer Opera Software announced today. Opera Touch has many benefits over other mobile browsers, like the fact that it allows users to browse seamlessly across mobile device and PC.

To connect the phone to your PC, simply start Opera for desktop and scan the QR code displayed there with Opera Touch, so you won't need any login, password or account. Moreover, Opera Touch has an interesting option called Fact Action Button, which allows you to browse with just one hand.

According to developers, Opera Touch uses the latest in web technologies to keep users safe. All the data sent using the browser is fully end-to-end encrypted. Also, the browser includes Opera's cryptojacking protection, which should reduce the risk of your phone getting overheated or running out of battery when you browse the web.

If all of the above convinced you to give it a spin, you can register for the limited private beta starting today. Otherwise, you'll have to wait until October 1 to be able to install Opera Touch on your iPhone.

source: Opera


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