Opera has updated the Opera browser for Android to version 20, that brings WebRTC (Real-Time Communications support) that lets the browser communicate peer-to-peer with encryption without plugins. This was first introduced in the Opera 20 beta for Android last month. This update also brings ability to configure UI layout to suit mobile phone or tablet, simple search feature that auto completes your search results, option select phone, classic or tablet layout and more. The discover ticker feature that was introduced in Opera 20 Beta has been removed, since it needed polishing, says Opera.
If you using video chats using WebRTC, the browser will keep you informed of the camera and microphone usage via on-screen requests, similar to the desktop version. WebRTC is already available for Chrome and Firefox mobile browsers for Android.
New features in Opera 20 for Android
Updated Chromium to version 33
Various improvements to search feature
Added WebRTC support (requires new permissions)
Added support for HTML5 Vibration API (requires new permissions)
Ability to configure UI layout: Switch between phone, tablet and classic UI
A fresh look for the Speed Dial reflects a flat design.
Improvements to search sees the combined search and address bar upgraded, allowing easier search by maintaining the words you search for in the bar.
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