Opera Android app now also allows data usage wifi reduction




Opera has its Opera Max app for Android made officially available. The tool compresses the latest version not only content from apps that enters via mobile Internet, but also pages that are accessed via wifi.

According to Opera’s Internet via public WiFi points often as “slow as a tortoise. In his Opera Max app from the Norwegian company therefore the “Wi-Fi Savings’ added. When users activate this, Opera is responsible for the compression of unencrypted content apps, what should be an increase in the speed with it.

Opera Max announced the app in February, but since only registered users could use this test version. The restriction is now gone and in addition it comes with the app now to a stable version. The app works by data to run through the vpn Opera, and compression on application servers. The content that users receive would eventually occupy less data, with advantages in terms of speed and cost that entails.

Encrypted content, such as traffic that runs through https, the Opera servers does not pass and is not compressed, so to see many popular services, no savings will be. Include Google and Facebook have https enabled by default. The Max-app gives further insight into data usage by app and also allows users to apps that consume a lot of close immediately.

Users need every seven days give their savings a reset. The service is free, but Opera highlights the possibility that need to be viewed an ad in the future when the reset option.


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