|Operating system||iOS 7 and later, Android version planned|
|Available in||32 languages|
|License||Proprietary freeware with open-source components|
Opera Coast is a discontinued 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.
Opera Coast was first released on September 9, 2013. An iPhone version followed in April 2014. 
In February 2016, Opera announced an Android version of the browser, which was ultimately never released 
An embedded security mechanism was implemented in Opera Coast which included several security aspects, like certificates, site reputation, URLs, browsing history, and page content, and the user would be warned if any risk is detected.
Coast was available in 32 languages.
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