Opera Software is in news with the launch of its beta version of the Opera Max app on Android. The app is used to crunch the mobile data on your phone, so that you get to use more of your limited plan at the same price. According to the developers Opera Max Beta app lets you watch multimedia content such as images and videos much faster. This data savings app is absolutely free and available on Google Play Store for download in beta version. It is designed to give you more control over how your smartphone consumes most data and where. The most impressive feature of the app is the ability to save tons of data on those heavy high-definition videos from YouTube or Vine you watch on your phone. The developers hope that the videos will load way faster than before on Opera Max.
The technology at work behind the app compresses the text, videos and images which has become possible due to years of research work that has gone into developing an efficient mobile data-compression technology.
Interested users can download the app from Play Store at the link given below. The app is being rolled out worldwide gradually on a first-come, first-served basis and therefore by downloading the app, you just reserve your place in the queue. Early bird access is for the tech-enthusiasts anyway. Downloaders will get a notification when the app starts functioning.
To understand the working of Opera Max Beta app better, check out the following goodie-good video from Opera Software team -
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Source: Google Play Store