Opera 69 Released, Bringing Internal Twitter App To Browser

The Opera 69 update was released along with a number of features that made the browser more functional. With the new version of the browser, Twitter has been added to the sidebar's social media options.

Opera's sidebar makes it easy to access messaging apps like WhatsApp and Telegram, as well as social media platforms like Facebook, VK and Instagram. The new Opera 69 update integrated another new social media platform into the sidebar, which featured flexible features.

According to the developers, Opera was the first web browser to make Twitter available to users internally. With Opera 69 released today, the social media platform can now be accessed directly via the browser's sidebar. It also includes a new weather widget on the start page, improved tab manager, and enhancements to workspaces that allow you to group tabs.


|After WhatsApp and Instagram to sidebar with Opera 69, Twitter also arrived



With the addition of Twitter to the sidebar, users can access their shares, searches and messages without having to open a separate tab to enter the social media platform. The new feature makes it easy to tweet or send private messages, as well as enabling keyboard and widescreen use.

To activate Twitter in Opera, simply select Twitter from the Messenger section by clicking the three-point icon at the bottom of the sidebar. Then the Twitter icon will appear in the sidebar and you will be able to log into your Twitter accounts from there. Twitter integration is more useful than phones for people who spend more time at the computer.

Opera often offers unique features not found in other major browsers. The browser features a built-in ad and tracker blocker, free VPN, crypto wallet and integrated social media apps. To experience the new features of Opera 69, you can download the browser from the link here.
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