Opera has this week created a new Android app that is capable of saving you mobile data costs while listening to your music via your mobile device. The new Opera Max Android app is the first application that can optimise your streaming videos and music says Opera.
Watch the video below to learn more about the Opera Max Android app and how it might be able to save you mobile data allowances and ultimately save you cash.
Peko Wan from Opera explains more about the new Opera Max app :
If you’re like me and stream music on the go using mobile data, then Opera Max is one of the best ways to help save some cash on monthly phone bills. It can save 50% of the data that music apps like YouTube Music, Pandora and Slacker Radio would eat up without it.
Streaming music or radio requires bandwidth and costs data. If you stream music for nine hours, you’ll use up about 1 GB. It can easily burn through your data plan, if you stream on a mobile network. Enter Opera Max, an app that can crunch down streaming video and audio to help save your data plan.
Opera Max also helps you monitor your phone’s data use and keep count of how much mobile internet or Wi-Fi your apps eat up on a monthly or daily basis. It gives you better control over your phone and how it uses data.
Jump over to the official Opera blog for more details or the Google Android store to download the new Opera Max Android app via the link below.
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