Opera 51 has not been launched internationally for Android users. This version specifically includes feature of inbuilt VPN (VIRTUAL Private Network). Also there is no use limitation on the usage of Opera’s VPN in terms of duration, data consumption or bandwidth. VPNs are very useful for accessing region-restricted websites, shield your browsing activity from prying eyes on public Wi-Fi, and more.
As for native Opera version VPN service is free to use and does not come with any attached log management condition. It allows users to choose between Europe, America, and Asia servers.
Opera 51’s also comes with the option to deactivate the VPN conditionally. It allows search engines to bring up the most relevant search results depending upon the location of users. The users have the option to choose the VPN. It only happens when you open a private tab.
The built-in VPN has advantages but also disadvantages over dedicated VPN applications. On the positive side, it is much easier to use it as you just need to toggle an option to do so. Also, you may trust Opera Software more than some of the companies that published VPN solutions.
One of the main disadvantages of Opera VPN is that it works only in Opera. If you want to use a VPN globally, you need a dedicated VPN solution instead.
All in all, it is a great addition to the existing version and covers lot more things. Let’s see how the users review it.