The Norwegian browser firm Opera has released version 4 of its Coast browser for iOS, adding the data-compressing Turbo feature that’s already in its other browsers. The feature saves money on data use and makes for faster browsing.
Coast is a sort of experimental browser for Apple devices that eschews tabs and such things in favor of a more content-centric approach. To that end, the new version also includes [company]Opera[/company]’s Discover feature, which makes it easier to find new content from across the web without needing to use a search engine as such.
“We want to take our commitment to content a step further in the latest edition of Opera Coast,” product manager Huib Kleinhout said in a statement. “Browsers of the future need to treat the web like a candy store, and re-imagine the best way to help users find, access, enjoy and share their favorite content. There’s…
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