Here’s a free VPN service on iOS: Thanks to Opera!

Opera, the web browser company, has rolled out its free VPN service to all users on iOS. This move comes after an early access program, and makes Opera the first company to offer a free VPN across all platforms. In a press release, Opera stated that its VPN service requires no subscription, logging in, or additional extensions. Users can simply toggle a switch in the main menu to use the VPN service, and the Opera browser ensures that the traffic is encrypted and the IP address is private.

Opera Launches Free VPN for iOS Users, Becoming the First to Provide a Free VPN Across All Platforms

To access the VPN service on iOS, users can head to the triple line icon in the bottom right corner of the Opera browser. They can then select Settings and look for the VPN option at the top. The service may take a few weeks to roll out to all users worldwide.

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The VPN service is a no-log service. This means that Opera does not log any user data to ensure maximum privacy and security. With the addition of the VPN service, Opera becomes the first browser company to offer a built-in, free VPN on every platform.

Along with the free VPN on iOS, Opera has also added two more features to its iOS browser. The Bookmarks feature allows users to better organize their online lives. While the Speed Dial feature ensures immediate access to what’s most important. Additionally, football fans can now access the Live Scores feature on the browser’s homepage. This feature displays the day’s matches, whether they are upcoming, in progress, or have already finished. Allowing users to stay on top of the action worldwide.

Overall, the addition of the free VPN service to the iOS browser is a significant milestone for Opera. The company’s commitment to privacy and security, along with the convenience of a built-in VPN service, makes it a compelling choice for users looking for a safe and easy browsing experience.

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