By now, most people know that Google Chrome Beta is a new version of Chrome, built for web browsers that don’t support HTML5.
But it also has some of the most significant new features, including a new beta-style version of the Opera Mini browser.
The first beta of Beta 2 was released back in April, and the first Beta 2 preview is now available for download.
While the Beta 2 version is still very much in its early days, Google has been very responsive to feedback.
For example, when we asked Chrome Beta users what they thought of the new Opera Mini, a number of the users were very excited about the new version, even though they have no intention of using it.
When I asked them about how they would use Opera Mini in their everyday workflows, they gave a very detailed description of how they’d use Opera in their daily workflows.
They described how they’ll use Opera as an extension, using it as a quick browser when they need a quick glance or an interactive web site to start a search.
I asked about the capabilities of Opera Mini as a mobile browser, and a number were enthusiastic about it, as it is more mobile friendly than Chrome Beta 1.
The beta preview of Opera Alpha, meanwhile, is still in Beta, and while the developer has not yet started working on a stable version of Opera, the Beta preview has a lot of features that will be very useful to users of Opera Beta 2, such as the ability to quickly open a webpage and search for an article, and to access the Opera browser without having to click on a button.
I’ve been a big fan of the beta preview version of Google Chrome for quite some time, and it will be interesting to see how Google will handle Opera Beta.
Google has also been working on an Android version of its Opera browser, as we noted in a previous article.
The Opera Android beta is still under development, and we’ll have to wait for Google to release the Opera Android version in the near future.
In the meantime, we will continue to check in with Opera Beta 1 to see if the new beta version is more or less stable, as well as the beta of Opera.
If you are a Chrome Beta user, you should definitely try the Opera Alpha beta.