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Opera VPN

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Opera VPN is Opera's best bet when it comes to the world of VPN clients. Thanks to this app you'll be able to browse the internet anonymously and safely from anywhere in the world. And, what's even better is that you'll get to do it through a practical and elegant interface.

Starting to use Opera VPN is as simple as tapping a button. In just a few seconds, you'll get logged onto the closest region to your location, but if you want, you'll also be able to change your regional location with just a tap. Germany, the US, Indonesia, Canada.. You'll have tons of regions to choose from.

On top of being able to change the region you connect through, with Opera VPN, you'll be able to activate 'the guardian.' Thanks to this feature you'll be able to automatically block all those 'ad trackers' from any page that you visit. After browsing for a while, you'll also be able to see exactly how many 'ad trackers' this app has blocked.

The third and last feature from Opera VPN, allows you to calculate the 'safety score' for your internet connection. Again, all you'll need to do is tap in order to run an analysis, and at the end you'll receive a full report on all the elements that were evaluated.

Opera VPN is one of the best VPN clients that you'll find on Android. Not only does it offer more and better features than most similar apps, it also does the job in a truly elegant way.
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Android 4.0.3 or higher required

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