Opera 25 Development Release For Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Proprietary Software on 22 August 2014 at 08:25 AM EDT. 1 Comment
For those using the closed-source Opera web-browser, the development release to Opera 25 is available this week.

"Opera developer" as the test release is now known brings various bug-fixes to bookmarks, MP3, H.264, and much more with the browser still adapting to Chromium's Blink Engine. Opera developer 25 also has fixes for running on Ubuntu with the Unity desktop.

Opera Linux users wishing to learn more about the v25 developer update can read this blog post and the full change-log.
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