Opera has this week released a new update to its Opera Max application that allows users to compress mobile data usage including videos by roughly 50 percent on average.
The Opera Max Android data compression application has been available for some time but a new update has been now added to reduce buffering when watching YouTube and Netflix videos on your Android device
Watch the video below to learn more about the application and the new features you can expect to enjoy that include a new approach to compressing and delivering HTTPS video, that functions on both Wi-Fi and mobile connections.
Opera Max saves you data, extending your data plan and gives you unparalleled control over your phone’s data consumption. This data-management & data-savings app saves 3G / 4G / LTE and Wi-Fi data usage by up to 50%. Save data by compressing videos, photos and media in your favorite apps and websites over mobile and Wi-Fi networks – without any noticeable loss of quality. Opera Max also helps to save battery and data by allowing you to block any apps running in the background without your knowledge. You can also use it as your Wi-Fi manager, for better control of what your apps do in the background when on Wi-Fi.
For more information on the new update Opera Max Android app jump over to the Google Play website for details and to download.
Source: Google Play
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