If you're adventurous and like to try out preview software, Opera will let you download the beta version of its browser right on Google store and they expect you to provide feedback from your experience. Keeping such precious info to yourself defeats the purpose of joining a beta program after all. If you're in already or want to opt in, Opera has added new features to the browser for you to try. First in the list is ad blocking, which I'm sure you'll all like. They also added some new page loading animations. Finally, Opera Mini will let you add your favorite sites to your device home screen as shortcuts for quick and easy access. A feature that is already available on competing browsers.
That's all for now in this update. Head over to Google Play Store to download or update Opera Mini Browser beta.