After the release of the desktop version of the new Opera – based on Chrome and the WebKit-fork Blink – it has now made its way to Android. It’s available free of charge in the Play Store for both tablets and smartphones.
Opera 15 for Android released
2013-07-09 Opera 8 Comments
Installed – for now I would say the rendering is very quick. One of the problems I had in the past was “pseudo” URLs. E.g., a web link to an item in the Google Play store. In the past, Opera would take me to the website. This time, it took me to that applications page in the Google Play app. So far, two thumbs up.
Opera is fixated on the Speed Dial and is determined to force-feed it to us as the ONLY way to deal with bookmarks. You can’t even edit anything in Speed Dial.
I think NCSA Mosaic did it better.