Opera is a platform for online content.
In some markets, such as in the US, the service is dominant.
For others, it’s still king.
In 2017, Opera added its new API for developers to use the platform, enabling them to integrate the latest Opera features with their own applications.
Opera also announced a new suite of plugins to help developers with SEO, tracking, and analytics.
As the platform matures, so does Opera’s relationship with advertisers.
Last year, Opera introduced adblocking and adblocking options in its apps.
In 2018, Opera launched a new Adblock Plus plugin that is similar to its adblocking service.
This new service offers better performance for sites that block ads, and it has become the most popular ad blocker for Opera users.
In 2019, Opera began supporting Chrome extensions, including those for YouTube and Twitter, which were first introduced in Opera 14.
And Opera is currently rolling out extensions to Firefox, Apple’s mobile browser.
For the first time, Opera users can install new Chrome extensions on Opera as well, so that the service can update them faster.
In 2020, Opera released a free update to the Opera Mini, a smaller browser with the same features and performance as the Opera Full.
The update is free for Opera Mini users, but Opera users who want to upgrade to the full version of Opera Mini can do so for $5 a month, and Opera Mini customers can upgrade for free to the Full version.
When it comes to mobile, Opera has continued to make the transition to mobile devices, introducing new mobile apps in 2018 and 2019, respectively.
Opera launched the Opera Mobile browser for iPhone in 2018.
But in 2019, the company announced plans to launch a mobile app for Android devices, which would feature support for video and photo sharing and social networking.