Opera is once again available on Linux
Australian Web browser company, Opera, has finally released a beta version for its Linux OS. This Opera 24 version for Linux has the same features as Opera 24 on the Windows and Mac platforms. Chrome and Firefox are currently the two most used browsers on the Linux platform. Opera 24 will be a good alternative to them. As of now, only the developer or beta version of Opera for Linux is available. We are hoping to see a stable version in the near future. In this beta version, Linux users will get to experience popular Opera features like Speed Dial, Discover, Stash, etc. Speed Dial is a home page that gives users an overview of their history, folders and bookmarks. Discover is an RSS reader, embedded within the browser. Gathering and reading articles of interest would be more authentic with the Discover feature. Stash is like Pinterest, within a browser. Its UI is inspired from Pinterest. It allows users to collect websites and categorise them. Stash is designed to enable users to plan their travel, work and personal lives with a collection of links.