Opera Browser 28 Available for Download / Upgrade

March 12, 2015 — 1 Comment

Opera Browser for Linux

The latest stable Opera browser for Linux has reached the 28 release. The new release features bookmark synchronization on all devices.

Opera team recently announced the bookmark syncing feature by releasing the Opera Stable 28, which is available on Opera for computers, Opera Mini for iOS and Opera for Android. To use this feature, you need an Opera Account and login from either Setting page or the little figure icon.

Opera Bookmark Sync

In addition, Opera 28 also brings:

  • a better integration with Mac OS, as “vibrancy” of the address field and improved Mac fullscreen mode have been added
  • a bundled themes selection has been updated
  • For more, see the changelog.

Install / Upgrade Opera in Ubuntu:

If you have an previous Opera release installed, the Opera Stable Repository should be added on your system. (Go to Software & Updates -> Other Software tab, and check it out)

Opera Linux repository

Then you can upgrade Opera through Software Updater after checking for updates.


Or you can download Opera browser directly from its Linux download page.

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One response to Opera Browser 28 Available for Download / Upgrade

  1. Hoover Campoverde April 23, 2015 at 1:45 pm

    Thank you Ji m, for your huge help. Opera is a great web browser.

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