Opera 70 is Here with Major Improvements to its Existing Features

1 min

The Opera desktop web browser released its latest version 70 with usability improvements to its existing feature set. Coming up after a month of previous release Opera 69, this release focusing on improving your browsing experience.

Not only that, but this release also bringing some of the user-suggested updates as well to its existing tools such as “Search in Tabs”. The ‘Search in Tabs’ feature now improved to include the recently close tabs as well – which is pretty neat.

The ‘Search in Tabs‘ also features tab content search. That means as you type keywords – Opera 70 can find that not only in the tab title, or URL – it can search in Tab contents as well. This is a massive productivity boost for heavy users.

Among other notable features includes the history and bookmark panel improvements which is having a wider search field to make your life easy to find history items.

On the visual appearance-wise, Opera 70 now includes some more nice workspace icons which give you more options to customize your favorite browser.

More detailed improvements can be found in this change log.

Opera 70
Opera 70

If you are interested to try out Opera 70, follow the download instruction below.

Download Opera 70

Opera 70 desktop web browser is cross-platform and it is available for Linux, Windows, and Mac.

For Linux, pre-compiled deb and rpm packages are present in the below links.

  • For Fedora and other rpm-based distributions, you can download from below link and install.

Opera Stable for Linux – RPM packages

  • For Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Linux Mint 20, and other Ubuntu-based derivatives you can download the deb files from below and install via software.

Opera Stable for Linux – deb packages

  • Opera 70 also available as snap package which you can grab here.

A good release from the Opera team with many improvements to its existing features which makes users more productive by using the browser.

This post is written via Opera blogs.


Creator and author of debugpoint.com. Connect with me via Telegram, 𝕏 (Twitter), or send us an email.
Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments