The changes found in this latest beta are few but noteworthy, including support for widgets to add extra functionality to the browser, faster page loading, and a package of developer tools that includes the Opera Dragonfly debugger. Some Opera Widgets will come pre-installed in the beta to get you started – there’s Twitter, AccuWeather, a clock, Shopping List, and a Tetris-like game called Bubbles – but you can download several others from Opera’s website.
There is no date for a final version yet, which is expected to include Google Gears and Opera Link support. Hopefully we’ll see it before the end of the year, but in the meantime you can grab latest beta here.
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