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Opera is currently rolling out a new Beta Update for its Opera app with version 49. The new Beta version now lets users take screenshots and selfies in the web browser. The company has added new tools which allow users to capture any part of the web page.

You will also be able to add own personalisations like drawings, shapes and stickers along with adding selfies by using a new editing menu. You can now also drag and drop the new creations in your messages with friends with the help of the built in Messenger available in Opera.

The new Beta update comes with lot of new tools which will help users to do a lot more than just chatting. The Opera team has added an Arrow which help you to draw someone’s attention, Blur to cover messages which are private or sensitive.

You can also draw directly on the snapshot or underline text by using the Pencil and also add Stickers for any emotional messages in the conversations. A Selfie camera has been added to take a selfie to make the conversation more personal.

The team has also added a new “O” menu along with making improvements to the history page, refining the private mode and moving the VK messenger in the sidebar. You can download the Windows version of Opera 49 Beta update from Official site.

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