The internet browser Opera has decided to integrate a free VPN to its Android mobile application. You can already enjoy it in beta before a larger deployment.
Everyone knows Chrome, Google's web browser that keeps updating. However, we must not forget its competition, which sometimes has great ideas.
This is the case of Opera in particular, which has made its specialty for some time now the idea of using a VPN. After the end of its free mobile VPN application, the entire web browser integrates it.
Opera integrates a free VPN
Opera announces indeed on its blog the integration of a completely free VPN in its mobile application. This can be enabled by default on all pages, or even just for pages in private browsing.
It will allow you to hide your real IP address behind several virtual IPs, so that your consumption is not abusively followed online. In addition, Opera does not request the creation of an account, and thus promises not to have access to your history.
A strong feature
Web browsers have struggled fiercely lately. It must be said that the environment is so dominated by Google currently that out of the mass often requires to abdicate, as is the case of Microsoft Edge, to continue to fight, as for Firefox, or to be … clever.
By integrating a free VPN at an age where the fear of data theft and espionage is ever more present, Opera can easily stand out … and put forward its other interesting features of the same time. This is a very good initiative.
You can now test Opera's integrated VPN by installing the beta version of the web browser. After a test period, the free VPN will then be deployed on the final version of the Android application.
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