SurfEasy Integration Into Opera Software
Opera Inc. is out to make web surfing a wonderful experience for all its services users across the globe. Recently, the company purchased SurfEasy, a renowed virtual private networking (VPN) which their major job is helping web surfers maintain high level of privacy while browsing. The software has been put on hold not until the release of opera 32 for desktop which now mark the gradual integration of SurfEasy into its flagship browser for Windows, Mac and Linux. According to the company, the integration of SurfEasy into opera mini Flagship will be a gradual process as the integration will be mild and light for the now.
When you open a private tab in Opera 32, the browser will pop up a link to download SurfEasy. That’s it for the time being, notwithstanding, the company is looking forward toward full integration of SurfEasy into its works as the gradual integration between its tools and SurfEasy continues.
The new low data consuming browser product from opera, Opera Max, which came with compression-centric proxy service for Android, is still being tip by most surfer to be the best platform to test the integration of SurfEasy VPN SurfEasy VPN can function effectively well weather on the mobile or desktop version, just that it only allows 500mb of transfer volume for those on the free tier of its services.
If you intend to get higher transfer volume, or the unlimited data, it will cost you $3.99 for those on the desktop and $2.49 for the mobile app users per month Users of opera mini android browser and other opera browsers are to get in this new improve version, improved syncing options.
Most importantly, this means you can now also sync your password in addition to your bookmarks, tabs and other browser data. Other added services and features includes, option to see your bookmarks in a tree view to make it easier for users with lots of bookmarks to organize them, users can also choose an animated background theme for your Speed Dial (Opera’s version of the ‘new tab’ page in other browsers).
The company uses the Google-backed WebM and WebP file formats for this, this will help make files remain pretty small for users use.