Opera’s Android browser now includes a free VPN

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Opera browser adds VPN

Soon, however, Opera will offer the free VPN service again, as part of its Opera browser for Android. You no longer need to download separate, paid-for apps to shield your browsing when on public Wi-Fi. By comparison, other free VPNs usually allot a certain amount of free data use before charging money for further use. For example, it was the first major browser to build in Virtual Private Network (VPN) capability into a desktop browser. Not only that, but Opera has also added an Optimal Location option for users who don't want a specific location and are more concerned about the speed. Just like that version, the mobile browser also offers you to bypass VPN when accessing search engines.

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Opera said its VPN is a no-log service - the company won't collect information that goes through network servers, which is good news for privacy advocates. Opera didn't say how fast the VPN connections would be or what type of encryption the VPN uses. Only a while ago, we came across a study which revealed that top free VPN apps on the Google Play Store come loaded with malware and tend to leak data.

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The company is already quite familiar with VPNs as it launched and later discontinued its free VPN app for Android called Opera VPN.

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