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Opera 11 Alpha released. Screenshots inside

Opera today unveiled the first alpha of Opera 11 - the first Opera browser to feature extensions. As with Firefox and Chrome, Opera extensions will be based on the browser’s API and built using web standards like HTML5 and JavaScript.

Extensions can be managed and new ones added from Opera’s menu which take the user directly to, the page where extensions are hosted.


Already 16 extensions are available for immediate use. Some of these include YouTube downloader (at last), Yr.No Forecast (weather add-on) and Translate that “Automagically translate foreign web pages into English”


Documentation for developers on building Opera extensions has also been posted. Opera says that developers who have already authored extensions for other browsers need only tweak their codes a bit to make it compatible to Opera. I’m a bit sceptical about this claim, though.

Opera 11 alpha can be downloaded from While you wait for the 9MB download to complete, take a look at these screenshots.



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