Opera Browser Enabled FREE VPN For Android

Opera Browser Free VPN
Opera Browser Free VPN

FREE VPN For Android

Now Opera Browser of Android users can use Free VPN Service on Mobile.

Opera announced to offering Free VPN to all Android users now. In the latest Opera Browser released with Android app version 51.2.2 built-in VPN feature.

Opera Browser For Android built-in VPN uses 256-bit encryption to protect the data. In its Android version users to select servers in America, Europe and Asia.

According to Opera, its Android browser specifies that not to keep logs of user online activity.

How To Enable?

Enabling the built-in VPN takes only two simple steps.

  1. Go to the settings of the browser
  2. Just Tap on to enable VPN.

Once the built-in VPN is enabled in the browser settings, the feature will create a private and encrypted connection between your mobile device and a remote VPN server. This gives you enhanced privacy as it will hide your physical location and make it harder for others to track your behavior on the Web.

Its Features:

> Block ads for faster browsing:
Opera’s native ad blocker effectively helps you get rid of intrusive ads and loads your pages faster to streamline your browsing experience. Now, we have added the option to eliminate a vast majority of annoying cookie and privacy dialogs.

> Free, unlimited and built-in VPN:
Improve your privacy and security with our built-in and free VPN. Turn on Opera VPN in private mode and your IP address will be replaced with a virtual one to help you avoid unintended location and identification information sharing.

> Night mode:
Opera’s night mode provides you adjustable lighting options to get the most comfortable reading experience in the dark and the least eye strain. Night mode is easily accessible from the main menu.

> Manage passwords and autofill credit cards:
Opt in for automatic saving of passwords site by site and safely autofill your payment information for online shopping.

> Private browsing:
Use private tabs to go incognito anywhere on the Internet without leaving a trace on your device. Easily switch between private and normal browsing in the tab gallery.

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