Opera Neon experimental web browser now available for download
When talking about web browsers and the market share each of them currently controls Opera is, unfortunately, one of those usually placed in "the others" category. However, they continue to deliver attractive products and - speaking for myself - Opera is still a web browser worthy of attention. Its new offspring is called Neon and, although available for anyone to download and try, it is nothing but an experiment for now.
According to the official page, this experiment allows us to "Get a glimpse into what Opera for computers could become." Each of its features is "an alternate reality for the Opera browser," reads the same page, although most of these features can already be found in various browsers that have been around for a while. The list of such features includes a newly developed physics engine, video pop-out, enhanced visual tabs, split screen mode, and more.
Bookmarks and top websites are now displayed as floating bubbles, and there is no traditional address bar - only a line above the floating bubbles that awaits for the user to type something. All in all, Opera Neon provides a completely different experience that does not aim to be better overall than anything else on the market. Those interested can grab it for free, as long as they run macOS or Windows.