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Latest Opera Beta update brings pull to refresh, synced typed history and more

Version 32 of Opera Beta is now rolling out, bringing pull to refresh functionality, a new pulsing animation in the progress bar, some bug fixes and much more.

Published onAugust 28, 2015

Opera Beta refresh

If you’re not a fan of Google’s Chrome browser on your Android device, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve given Opera a try. Opera has been around for quite some time, and the developers have constantly been pushing out updates to help make browsing the web easier for users. If you happen to be on the beta channel of Opera, a pretty significant update should be headed your way.

Along with the bump up to version 32, most notably, Opera Beta for Android is gaining pull to refresh functionality. This is a small change, but we’re sure most users will welcome the new feature to the browser. When you’re refreshing your webpage, you’ll also find a new pulsing animation in the progress bar. Additionally, the Opera team has added synced type history, higher resolution images in the Discover tab, and a few more improvements that should help make the app a little easier to use.

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For those interested, here’s the full changelog for the version 32 update:

  • Add to Home screen
  • Synced typed history
  • Pull to refresh
  • New pulsing animation for progress bar
  • High resolution images in Discover
  • A Chromium upgrade to version 45
  • Various UI, stability and usability improvements

If you’re interested in checking it out, head to the Play Store link below for the download.

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