The new Opera VPN is inbuilt and will be available for the Beta users of Opera browser. This vpn feature has been available for long on Opera Desktop version, but now it’s coming live on Android.
Opera went further to say that the VPN access is completely free and unlimited without any charges Unlike other VPN providers that request for money when a certain amount of data is used.
Just like other VPN service, once you enable the vpn service, it will mask your real IP address with a virtual IP, making you anonymous online.
Websites won’t be able to track your location and identify your device.You can switch between regions like Europe, America, and Asia . There’s also an Optimal mode which lets the VPN choose the best and fast connection for your location.
You can also enable your search engine to bypass the VPN and detect your region for more relevant search results. In addition, you can enable the VPN for incognito tabs only.
Opera said its VPN is a no-log service, the company won’t collect information that goes through network servers, which is a good news for privacy cautious users.
Opera is still testing this feature and will roll out to Beta users of the Android browser in the next few weeks.
How to use Opera browser’s built-in VPN on Android
All you have to do is to tap on Settings in your Opera browser to activate the built-in VPN. Once enabled, the VPN will replace your IP address with a virtual IP address making it harder for websites to track your location and identify your device.
It is up to you to decide on the virtual location you want to use, and despite the choices being less than what you could get from a commercial VPN service, there are options in Europe, America and Asia.
The new opera with built in VPN is currently in beta testing mode. You can search and download it on playstore for you to test before the official launch.