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Opera, the web browser company, has rolled out its free VPN service to all users on iOS. This means that Opera has become the first browser company to offer a built-in, free VPN on every platform. The service requires no subscription, no logging into an account, and no additional extensions. Users can simply toggle a switch in the main menu to browse privately. The VPN is also a no-log service, ensuring user privacy and security.
To access the VPN, users need to look for the hamburger icon (triple line) in the bottom right corner of Opera for iOS, choose Settings and look for VPN at the top. The company notes that it may take a few weeks for the feature to roll out to all users worldwide.
The addition of a free VPN to iOS is not the only feature that Opera has added to its browser. The iOS browser has also received two more features. A Bookmarks feature will allow users to better organize their lives online, and coupled with Speed Dial ensure immediate access to what’s most important. And for football fans, a new Live Scores feature lands on the browser’s homepage. A scoreboard that displays the day’s matches, whether they are upcoming, in progress, or the final whistle has already gone, Live Scores will help users stay on top of the action worldwide.
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Opera is a free download from the App Store for iPhone and iPad. Users can learn more about the built-in free VPN on Opera’s website and in a short video provided by the company. With the VPN now available on iOS, Opera has become the first browser company to offer a free VPN on all platforms, giving users greater privacy and security while browsing the internet.