Reborn, the browser for chatting with WhatsApp, Messenger and Telegram

The new Reborn browser made by Opera features a vertical sidebar that includes within it the three instant messaging applications

Despite performing almost the same function, most users use several instant messaging applications at the same time. And in some cases, managing them at the same time, especially if you have a lot of friends, can become a bit complicated.

Think, for example, when we use them from the computer. We would have to close or switch to another tab to answer more messages and if you don't keep calm, the risk of exhaustion is around the corner. Then there is also the danger, in this continuous flow of text and images, to "skip" some important message. To solve this problem the most immediate solution would be not to use many applications at the same time. Or, if we just can't help it, we could use Reborn, the new browser launched by Opera. This is a browser that, without adding any special extensions, allows you to manage multiple messaging apps at the same time.

How Reborn Opera Works

Code-named Reborn, Opera's new browser features a customizable vertical sidebar that includes Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Telegram. After logging in, you'll be able to chat with your contacts without worrying about switching from one tab to another. You'll be able to choose, in fact, whether to superimpose the instant messaging applications or pull them over the page you're viewing. From the browser, as with apps, you can send messages but also share images and videos.

Opera's new browser: modern and secure

Opera's new browser also includes other interesting innovations. Starting from the interface, which has been redesigned and made more modern, passing through the possibility of changing the color. Performance has also been improved and ad-blocking, the system that blocks advertisements, has been perfected. News also on the security front. Like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, Reborn will warn users when they surf sites that use the old, and dangerous, HTTP protocol.