Opera is once again avail­able on Linux

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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.

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