Oprah declared in one. Blog post that its free VPN service is now available for Apple’s iPhone. The feature is currently available in early access and will be rolling out to all devices in the coming weeks. You can tap the hamburger button in the bottom right corner and then tap Settings to see if a VPN is available on your iPhone.
Opera says it has become the first major web browser to offer a free built-in VPN service on popular platforms including Windows, Android, MacOS and Linux. The company claims that its VPN is a no-logs service and “does not collect any personal data or information about your browsing history or network address.” Free Opera VPN provides access to 100+ servers spread across three locations with DNS leak protection and data encryption. However, it only protects the user when they are inside a web browser.
Opera Browser for iOS becomes the first major browser with built-in free VPN – now available in early access! 🔐
Protect your online identity and browse safely on all desktop and mobile browsers with our free, unlimited and no-logs VPN. pic.twitter.com/x71JE2pYOL
— Opera (@opera) April 12, 2023
Opera also offers a Pro version that works system-wide with up to six devices. It offers access to 3,000 servers spread across 30 unique locations with features like 2FA, live chat support, and a 7-day free trial.
Apart from VPN, Opera has added some other features such as a new speed dial section to access frequently needed items and bookmarks feature. The company is also working on a live scores feature that helps users keep track of upcoming and ongoing matches directly from the browser’s homepage.