Opera has just rolled out the latest build of its mobile browser for Android – Opera 51. The newly launched version comes with a very useful new feature that a number of users are going to love – an inbuilt VPN. Opera browser’s latest updated version for its Android users comes with a native VPN service and users would not have to pay anything to make use of it. Furthermore, it will not come with any attached log management condition.
In addition to this, Opera has not even levied any limitation on the usage of its VPN service in terms of duration or data consumption. If you are interested in using it, you would be happy to know that the new build of Opera browser is now available to download for Android across the globe. In case you wish to download the update, you should know that it is a part of version 51 of Opera browser.
We should add here that Opera started testing the free inbuilt VPN in its mobile browser in February this year. After testing it for about a month, the company has finally rolled out the app’s stable version as Opera browser version 51. As of now, the updated build is only available to download from Google Play Store in certain regions only. However, if you can’t wait to try out the feature, you can head to APKMirror to download the latest build.
Speaking of the company’s native VPN, it enables users to choose between servers from Europe, America and Asia. The VPN service comes with an option called ‘Optimal’ that selects the best network route depending on the location of users automatically. It is worth noticing that enabling the VPN will automatically deactivate the Opera browser‘s inbuilt data saving feature.
Opera browser’s updated build also comes with the option to deactivate the VPN conditionally, in which case it only allows search engines to show the most relevant search results depending on the location the user is surfing from. In addition to this, one can also have the VPN automatically activated each time the private tab is accessed. We should add here that Opera’s inbuilt VPN is a log-free service, which basically means that when users are connected to a public network, the information that is relayed via the virtual IP and network servers is not collected.
We should add here that having an in-built VPN is likely to get Opera some additional users who value private browsing.