Opera has released version 75 of its web browser of the same name. Opera uses the Blink engine. This is part of Chromium, which is also used by Google Chrome, among others. Opera is available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. There are also versions for Android and iOS. In version 75, among other things, the ability to set keyboard shortcuts for functions such as Flow, the Crypto Wallet and the Player has been added. The release notes for this release can be found below.
Opera 75 brings easier access to top features
The Opera 75 update lets you set your own keyboard shortcuts for features like Flow, which connects your computer browser with Opera on iOS and Android. This connection is an end-to-end encrypted chat between all your devices for sending notes, images, links, files – all the things you don’t want to miss. You can also now create shortcuts to Opera’s built-in Crypto Wallet, as well as the Player feature – a gateway to all your favorites on Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube Music.
To set custom keyboard shortcuts for your favorite features:
These changes, along with the other tweaks and fixes, are listed in the full changelog.
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