Published: Fri, February 23, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Tag: Privacy Protection Mode

Tag: Privacy Protection Mode

Samsung Electronics introduced Samsung Max, a new and free Android application created to promote mobile data savings and application privacy management, with data usage monitoring and enhanced Wi-Fi security.

To manage privacy, Samsung Max app provides a few security-specific features as well. Users can get the same content delivered on their screen without using more megabytes. The new browser will unsurprisingly be named Samsung Max, letting you know that while the company maintaining it may have changed, the mission of this browser is staying the same. Moreover, the app can point out more data consuming apps and will let you cut off their consumption if you wish to. For those who are already using the Opera Max app, they will receive an automatic update today that will replace it with Samsung Max. These three features also offer privacy benefits on mobile networks, which enables Samsung Max to offer privacy protection on Mobile or Wi-Fi across all of your apps.

All over the world, data has become a commodity, but many plans are simply still too expensive for consumers that want to get the most out of the latest technology built into their devices. With the app's Privacy Protection mode, the open and unknown Wi-Fi hotspots will be protected with a single-tap encrypt.

Samsung has revealed that it's taking over the duties on Opera Max, giving it a new name in the process.

Samsung Max builds upon popular features from Samsung's "Make for India" initiative, created to provide locally relevant and beneficial software and hardware. The app is now available for free download via the Google Play Store for select Galaxy devices. When in Data Saving Mode, Samsung Max will tell you which applications are using the most data, and it can compress images, videos, and webpages automatically to stem heavy data usage. The app will also come pre-loaded on all Galaxy J and Galaxy A series of smartphones.

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