Release Notes: Opera now makes use of OS X 10.8's functions (Share, Notification Center). Support has been added for all high-resolution displays, including Apple's new Retina Displays. Web specifications support has been vastly improved, with support for SPDY, for CSS3 Gradients, Transitions, Animations, and Transforms, for the Fullscreen API and the Page Visibility API, and for ICC Profiles. WebSocket support has been improved and enabled by default. Many minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Plug-ins are now executed as separate processes for increased stability and security. Skins were replaced by a new theme system. The address field was improved with better drop-down suggestions, shortened URLs, and display of page title and excerpt in search results. Experimental full hardware acceleration was introduced. Right-to-Left (RTL) script support was added. Web specifications support was improved. Various other improvements, enhancements, and many bugfixes were made. Opera Unite, Opera Widgets, and Opera Voice are being phased out and discontinued.
Release Notes: The Opera development version can now be installed in parallel to the stable mainline version. Opera Link now also supports password (Wand) synchronization. Speed dial was improved, and support for extensions was added. Web specifications support was improved, most notably for HTML5 and DOM event handling. Ctrl+Click is now supported for loading in a background tab. Many improvements and bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: A URL filter API for Opera extensions was introduced. Support was added for the Google WebP image format. The Dragonfly debugging tool was improved. Speed Dial was heavily enhanced with zoom capability, a logo finding mechanism, better flow, custom titles, and support for site-side preview customization. Third party applications are now prevented from hijacking searches and other customizations. Support for CSS3 gradients and multi-column layout was improved. Support for the W3C Web Open Font Format (WOFF) was added. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support for extensions was introduced, to allow you to easily add new functionality to Opera. Tabs can now be stacked for grouping. The address field was modified to make Web pages' security more easy to identify. The mail panel was improved with better display options and the introduction of folders. Plug-ins can be configured to be loaded only on demand, to speed up page load times and avoid unnecessary processor utilization. CSS3 and HTML5 rendering improvements were made. Visual mouse gestures were added to help in learning gesture movements. Many other changes were made.
Release Notes: This beta release introduces Opera Unite, a proxied desktop server application allowing it to share files, notes, and media, and for general personal Web hosting. Many minor improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Many stability improvements were made. Several minor bugs were fixed. The default skin received some enhancements. Visual tabs can now be placed to the left or right. Translations were added.
Release Notes: Many improvements and bugfixes were made since the previous beta release.
Release Notes: Many new features were implemented, such as visual tabs, more configurable Speed Dial, Opera Turbo, integrated crash logging, inline spell checking, and automatic updates. Significantly improved performance was achieved, particularly on CSS/HTML rendering. HTML compose support was added to Opera Mail. 100/100 score and pixel-perfect representation were achieved on the Acid3 test. Many other improvements were made.