The Opera team has a new project for you: opera extensions.
The team says it’s an extension for Opera for desktop users, and it’s just for desktop use.
You can download the extension right now and it will add a new tab to Opera that you can use to browse, read, and edit websites.
The Opera extension is only available for desktop now, but you can check out the Opera extension on the Extensions page in Opera for Desktop.
Opera for Mac and Opera for Web have similar extensions, but they’re not available yet.
Opera extensions are basically just add-ons to Opera, so they don’t require a new browser.
The extension will let you read, search, and play music in Opera.
Opera has built-in extensions for Windows, macOS, Linux, and ChromeOS, so it’s not just Opera extensions that are getting Opera extensions.
Opera users have also been clamoring for Opera extensions for Mac.
It’s possible to install Opera extensions on Mac, and that has the added benefit of making Opera extensions more universal.
Opera developers have also built extensions for iOS, Android, and the web.
You could even install Opera Extensions on Windows and have a more universal browser experience on Windows.
Opera will also add support for WebKit extensions in the near future, which should make it easier for Opera to add more features to the browser for the web, such as a native app store.
The company is working on adding more Opera extensions to the web in the future, but it’s unclear when.
If you want to use Opera extensions, though, you’ll have to install them on the desktop first.
If Opera is building extensions for Opera on the web first, that could be problematic for some users, though.
Opera’s extension store is open, but not yet open for Mac, Linux or ChromeOS.