Opera could soon release Opera GX, a “gaming browser” designed for iOS and Android. At present, Opera has rolled out the beta version which is currently being tested by thousands of gaming enthusiasts. The official release date of the product will mainly depend on the test results.
More about Opera GX Mobile
Opera GX has been around for quite some time. Since its release, Opera has time and again categorized it a gaming browser. Although there isn’t a contrasting difference between Opera and Opera GX, the latter comes with a few additional features that have become a hit among gamers.
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According to experts, although some of the features are just gimmicks to please the gaming community, there are some excellent features as well. For instance, the Opera GX mobile browser has a RAM limiter and a CPU that allows users to monitor excessive resource usage while they are browsing.
Besides, it is also equipped with a built-in VPN, an ad-blocker, and can be integrated with Twitch and Discord. The browser will also include GX Corner, a calendar that allows you to see the release dates of different games and follow gaming news.
The mobile gaming browser will also get links and deals to specific games. Gamers and everyone in the community are expecting Opera GX Mobile to provide similar “gamer” aesthetics that can be seen in the desktop version.
How to Install the Beta Version?
The official version is not yet available. However, Opera has released its beta version for everyone who wants to get a feel of it. Android users can get their hands on the beta version by downloading the APK directly.
iPhone users will have to install the beta version via Test Flight. Test Flight is Apple’s service that enables users to install applications that are not available on the App Store.
If you use Opera GX on your computer, there is good news! Desktop users will be able to synchronize their browsers on both platforms with ease.
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