Opera is redesigning its desktop browser with project Reborn


Opera just released a new build of its desktop browser in the developer stream. And this is an interesting one as the company just unveiled a brand new project codenamed “Reborn” — it’s a complete user interface redesign for all platforms.

I’ve been using Opera as my main browser for a few years now. I just tried the new version, and it seems to be a visual update more than anything. Things look different but work the same way behind the scene.

The buttons and tabs have a new design. They’ll look the same on all platforms. I’m not sure I’m a fan of this change as the new tabs look like Windows 10 tabs, even on macOS. It doesn’t feel native.

Speed dial was slightly redesigned with more prominent shadows and subtle animations. It’s an improvement. There will also be new default wallpapers for the speed dial.

If you’re like me and are using the dark version of macOS, you’ll be happy to learn that there’s a new dark theme for the user interface. It changes…



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