Opera for Android emerged from a beta phase with its last major release, and now its developers have polished it up further in version 15. With Chromium 28 freshly-placed under the hood, the mobile browser has caught up with its desktop counterparts when it comes to WebKit-based innards. A handful of features have also been added, which include improved start-up times, an "open in private tab" context menu and refined cookie clearing, along with the ability to set download locations and open files from an SD card. Thanks to the upgrade, users will also be able to save videos to their device and play them back, to boot. An assortment of bug fixes, in addition to spruced up tab UI animations, made the cut as well. Check your hardware for the update, or head to the second source link for the download.