Opera update uses QR codes to sync data between PC and Android browsers

Opera update uses QR codes to sync data between PC and Android browsers
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On top of Sync, Opera introduced a new feature called Flow that lets you share links, YouTube videos, photos and personal notes between your mobile and desktop browsers. You can do that simply by highlighting website links, text or images and selecting “send to flow” from the context menu. You can also share a current website by clicking on the arrow to the right of the address bar or going into the context menu. The new feature also allows you to paste and upload files up to 10MB in size.

Finally, Opera has introduced a “Suggested Sites” feature that identifies your most frequently visited website and displays them in the speed dial section. Those features should make the browser, which uses Google’s Chromium engine, a bit more useful. The updates are rolling out now, so you should see them soon.