Opera browser is quite popular among Android users, something that hardly comes as a surprise when you consider all that it has to offer. A fast browser with a simple and light, yet attractive interface, speed dial feature; it’s only a glimpse of what you get when you opt for Opera. This is definitely one browser that warrants a place on your device. Here’s a tutorial “How to set up opera browser on android” to help you download and become familiar with Opera browser.
- Go to the Opera browser download page on Google Play Store and tap the green “INSTALL” button.
- Go through the list of permissions being sought by Opera and then tap “ACCEPT” to start downloading and installing the browser on your device.
- Run Opera by tapping the icon located either on the homescreen or the app drawer.
- Upon running the browser for the first time, you’ll be greeted by a welcome screen, follow by a short tutorial. Keep pressing the appropriate buttons and swiping left until you’re done with the tutorial.
- While on the dashboard, you can access the Speed Dial feature, which lets you organize and quickly jump to the recently visited or favorite websites. You can also access History, as well as additional features using the overhead tabs.
- Tap the window icon located on the taskbar at the bottom of the interface. The screen will split in two. Open a new tab by tapping the New Tab option located at the bottom of the interface. To expand a browser window, tap the window icon again.
- Tap the settings icon located at the bottom-right corner of the screen to bring up the tabs menu. You can either start a private browsing session, or close all opened tabs.
- Tap the Opera icon located at the bottom-right corner of the main screen interface to bring up the option menu. You can select “Downloads” to manage your downloads, or access settings.
- From the Settings menu, you can access various options and controls to customize and personalize your browsing experience.
Note: The actual screens may vary, depending on your Android device and the version of Opera that you’re using.