Samsung is replacing Opera Max with its own privacy and data savings app called Samsung Max

by Elon Musk | Tuesday, Apr 24, 2018 | 163 views

Samsung has announced the release of a brand new mobile app for Android referred to as Samsung Max at the new technology convention. This new Android app is designed to help you store records and additionally protect your privacy.

The app brings a few information tracking capabilities that monitor your usage and also more advantageous safety for things like WiFi, the app is best to be had on some Samsung Galaxy devices in the intervening time.

Samsung Max

The app works through scanning users’ phones and figuring out which apps are using the most information. It’s additionally able to actively compress images, films, song files, and webpages in apps and browsers to save on statistics quotas. There also are alternatives to manage data permissions for precise apps and to block vehicle historical past information utilization. In case you’re often running on public wi-fi, the app’s privacy functions consist of a useful device that encrypts open, untrusted, and unknown hotspots with just one tap. there’s also tracker blockading and a domain call device (DNS) masking service.

Opera Max users gets an update that brings them over to the now-Samsung-owned version, at the same time as different customers can get their hands at the Android app or take a look at the Galaxy Apps store. Awful news even though, it’ll simplest be available on Samsung phones instead of all Android devices as had previously been the case.

Samsung Max is preloaded at the enterprise’s Galaxy A and Galaxy J devices in India, Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria, South Africa, Thailand, and Vietnam. Users on different Samsung gadgets can download the app now from Google Play or the Galaxy App store. Those already the use of the Opera Max app will get hold of an automatic update to Samsung Max on February 23rd.

It’s unclear how much Samsung paid for the service, if anything at all, but you’d imagine it wasn’t a lot since it was destined for closure.

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