Opera 11.50, codenamed "Swordfish," wraps up a fast two-month public development cycle worthy of its codename with a new release today. The new version of the desktop browser is now available for Windows, Mac OS X, and various flavours of Linux.
The next major addition is Speed Dial extensions. Speed Dial extensions allow users to insert dynamic content into their Speed Dials. These can include an RSS reader, a weather gadget, a stock ticker, a photo slideshow, or a simple clock. These extensions are accessible through the improved "Add Speed Dial" dialog.
Changes in This Version:
- Opera Link now synchronizes Wand passwords.
- Moving dials around in Speed Dial inserts dials between two adjacent dials, instead of swapping them
- Improved IMAP support with Gmail in Opera’s built-in mail client.
- Uses a new update to the Presto engine (2.9), with further HTML5 standards support.
- A few security fixes, including a fix for cross site scripting
Read more about this in Changelog
1.Opera users who run Opera 11.11 currently can check for updates with a click on Opera > Help > Check for Updates.
2.You may download the browser here.