Almost a month, beta users were able to test Opera's VPN service. 51 The Android version of the browser has finally become widely available and all interested have the complete free virtual private network (Virtual Private Network, VPN).
After one-month testing, the team behind Opera is pleased with VPN capabilities and consider their browser and built-in VPN "mark a new standard of privacy and security for mobile browsing."
An Android browser team official said:
"There are already over 650 million people using VPN services globally. With Opera, they can now enjoy a free service that increases online privacy and improves security. "The same representative, Peter Volman, explains that if you use the built-in virtual private network, it significantly impairs your third-party mission and prevents it not only in stealing information but also in tracking traces. "Users, Peter says, no longer have to wonder how to protect their personal information in such situations."
For the advantages of VPN and the numerous tools that can help you with better security, we talked on several occasions.