You'll also notice that a button has taken up residence at the bottom of the browser, which Opera calls the Fast Action Button (or FAB).
You can now easily share links, files, images across your desktop and mobile devices using new Opera Flow service. All the browser's key functions have been moved within the thumb's reach, which is why you should have no issues using Opera Touch with one hand. Opera Touch was created with these people in mind. The web browser for mobile is positioned as a better solution than what is now out, designed around a one-handed experience.
And its the problem that most conventional mobile browsers have.
You basically don't have to make any additional moves or taps before you can start searching. Just imagine: you can keep eating your ice cream, or a slice of pizza or walking your dog while getting the full web browsing experience in your other hand. That's why they have reduced the number of steps before you can start your search to zero. It is always available and gives you direct access to the most recent tabs and search features. At present, the browser is only available for Android platform but it will be soon made available to iOS as well. "And since Opera isn't particularly competitive in the browser space any more, trying out new interfaces seems like a smart enough way to get attention". A pretty useful function when you, for instance, see a product you like in shop and want to check its reviews, tutorials or even prices online. With Opera Touch, you can link your Laptop's Opera browser by just scanning the QR code generated, so there is no need to log in.
Opera has also added numerous desktop browser's features into Opera Touch, including a built-in ad blocker and protection from cryptojacking, but the most exciting feature added is a syncing tool called Opera Flow.