Opera for Android Now Supports In-Browser Video Chats
Opera today made a new version of its mobile browser available for Android devices. Thanks to the inclusion of WebRTC, Opera 20 for Android permits users to conduct live, two-way video chats in the browser without the need for additional software or apps. The browser can be used to control the camera and the sound during chats, allowing users to fine-tune their experience. The update also introduces a new look for Speed Dial; the ability to adjust the browser navigation bar to suit individual tastes; improvements to search functionality; and a number of bug fixes. Opera 20 for Android is free to download from the Google Play Store.
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Google has updated Sound Search with some of the neural network-backed AI found in its Now Playing tool. Now Playing debuted on the Pixel 2 in late 2017.
Recently it continues to crash on me and often repeatedly so that I can't make a webpage connection that I'm looking for.......
I'm using a Samsung Galaxy SG3 under Android 4.3
It seems to be a recent phenomena and I don't know if it is related to Jelly Bean or not.
I'm looking for another Browser to replace Opera whether it is Opera or that Opera isn't so functional under 4.3. ☹️