Opera Coast

Opera Coast
Home screen of Opera Coast
Developer(s) Opera Software
Development status Discontinued
Operating system iOS 7 and later
Available in 32 languages
Type Mobile browser
License Proprietary freeware with open-source components
Website www.operacoast.com

Opera Coast was a free web browser developed for iOS devices by Opera Software. The browser was not based on any former product of Opera and was written from scratch. It was also designed for touch while traditional browser buttons and components such as tabs, history, and bookmarks are eliminated and replaced by gestures.[1][2][3]


Opera Coast was first released in September 2013. An iPhone version followed in April 2014. [4]

In February 2016 Opera announced an Android version of the Browser. [5]

Coast was quietly discontinued and removed from the App Store by Opera in August 2017. [6][7]


An embedded security mechanism has been implemented in Opera Coast which includes several security aspects, like certificates, site reputation, URLs, browsing history, and page content, and the user will be warned if any risk is detected.[1][2][8]


Opera Coast is designed to automatically perform synchronization using iCloud. The synchronization keeps the tiles on the home screen to be same.[1][2]


Coast was available in 32 languages.


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  2. 1 2 3 "Opera 'Coast' for iOS brings the enjoyment back to mobile Web browsing". appleinsider. Retrieved 28 May 2014.
  3. "Opera Coast: A new way of interacting with the internet [Q&A]". betanews. Retrieved 30 May 2014.
  4. McCracken, Harry (April 24, 2014). "Opera Coast — the Browser That Makes Sites Feel like Apps — Lands on the iPhone". time.com.
  5. Kleinboub, Houib (February 22, 2016). "New Android browser from Opera previews at MWC". Opera.
  6. "Opera Coast No Longer In The App Store?". Retrieved 5 April 2018.
  7. "Opera Coast is no more?". Retrieved 5 April 2018.
  8. "Opera's iPad-only Coast browser gets 2.0 release". ZDNet. Retrieved 28 May 2014.
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