Android data saver with Opera Max app

By Peter Chubb - Jul 15, 2014

With so many apps available on the Google Play Store, it is obvious that you will come across so many you have never heard of. This was the case when we came across Opera Max beta – Data manager. It’s uncertain how long this app has been available, but we can tell you it recently got an update to make a few improvements.

The Opera Max app is a free Android data saver app that gives you unlimited access. By using this app you will be able to tell which apps take a lot of your data, which will then allow you to adjust how you use each app.

Opera Max version 0.9.576.7 changes – The new update does not have that much to offer, although any new features or improvements is better than nothing. The app has now added localization for Brazilian Portuguese language, which we presume was only done to coincide with the World Cup.

There were also a few bug fixes, along with improvements made to the stabilization of the app, although the developer did not elaborate on this.

Who will Opera Max data manager for Android benefit? If you are on a limited data plan, which many of you are, then you might want to give this beta version a try, as it will be able to compress data video and photo data coming to your phone by anything as much as 50 percent. If this is true, then 1GB data plan could be the equivalent of a 1.5GB data plan. For more details visit the Google Play Store.

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