Opera has today announced the release of its latest browser for computers in the form of Opera 25 which brings with it a new feature for users to enjoy in the form of Visual bookmarks.
The new Opera 25 Visual bookmarks feature allows you to ‘click the heart’ to bookmark a site, as well as organise them more visually when compared to other browsers. Take a look at how in the video Opera has created to demonstrate their new feature below.
Opera explains a little more: “Today, we introduce a new feature to Opera. A feature I’m personally very excited about. It’s bookmarks, but with a twist. Here’s the twist: Visual bookmarks Bookmarks in other browsers save website addresses – you can organize them in folders, and you can edit the titles. That’s easy. But, making it look good too is what we do at Opera.
We hope you are as excited as we are with the new visual bookmarks in Opera for Windows and Mac. Thanks to everyone who tried the bookmarks in the beta channel and gave us their feedback. And, please remember that Opera for Linux is available in a beta version.”
For more information on the new Opera 25 as well as download links for both PC and Mac jump over to the official Opera website for details via the link below.
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