Opera Web browser on Wednesday launched a brand new model of its cell app known as “Opera for Android 51” that comes with a free built-in Digital Non-public Community (VPN) service to safeguard the net privateness and safety of over 160 million VPN customers in India.
When enabled, the built-in VPN would create a non-public and encrypted connection between units and a distant VPN server, utilizing 256-bit encryption algorithms, the corporate mentioned in an announcement.
There are already greater than 650 million folks utilizing VPN companies globally out of which, 33 p.c of customers are India-based.
“With Opera, they’ll now take pleasure in a free and no-log service that enhances on-line privateness and improves safety,” mentioned Peter Wallman, Senior Vice President, Opera Browser for Android.
On being activated, the VPN would disguise the bodily location of the consumer and make their conduct on the internet onerous to trace.
The browser VPN service can also be a no-log service, which signifies that the VPN servers neither log nor retain any exercise knowledge, all to guard consumer privateness.
The roll-out of the brand new “Opera for Android 51” can be accomplished progressively per area, the corporate added.