By Brian KlaasPosted February 09, 2019 06:24:00Opera is on a roll.
The company announced that it would soon be pulling the plug on a subscription service called Opera Plus, after its new service, Opera Mini, launched last year.
But it wasn’t the only company to announce it was pulling out of the service.
The Associated Press reports that Google is pulling Opera Mini as well, and Opera will continue to be free to use.
Opera, a free web browser, is the default browser for Opera Mini users.
It is free for those with an Opera Plus subscription, and you can use it on Google devices for free.
It also works with Google Chromecast, Google’s Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant.
The service is available in 32 languages, and has an extensive library of apps.
Operas free app store has more than 100,000 apps for Android and iOS, and the company also has the Google Play store.
If you have Opera Mini and you’re a Google user, you can now go ahead and switch to Opera Plus and get the same free content.
Opera Plus costs $10 a month, and is available for desktop and Mac computers.
The AP reports that Opera’s plans to pull Opera Mini from the Play store “were abruptly canceled at the end of October, and are now set to end in April 2020.”
The company did not respond to a request for comment.