Although Opera Max includes a comprehensive VPN tool, Samsung Max downgraded it to a DNS masking service. Samsung Max also has other security and privacy options as well as tools for reducing data usage. In privacy, Samsung Max allows data to be encrypted when sent over an unsecured Wi-Fi network, while tracker blocking ensures that users can retain their online activity. For anyone with expensive data packets, or for anyone who wants to reduce the cost of using a mobile phone overseas, the application reduces data consumption with a combination of compression and blocking.
Samsung Max also offers a data-save mode that provides smart advice about which applications consume large amounts of data and constantly scans for data retention opportunities. If possible, it can even proactively compress images in your apps and browsers,video, Music files and web pages. Users can also manage data permissions for specific applications and rest assured that all applications will block automatic background data usage, tailoring data consumption to each user's needs.
Samsung Max offers privacy protection mode with one-click encryption for open, untrusted and unknown Wi-Fi hotspots, tracker blocking and DNS (domain nameSystem) masking service for protection and protection. These three features also provide privacy benefits for mobile networks, enabling Samsung Max to provide privacy protection for mobile or Wi-Fi for all applications. This gives users more secure access to the Internet from any available connection.
In the markets of India, Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam, Samsung Max applications will be pre-installed on Galaxy A and Galaxy J series smartphones. Users of other Samsung devices and users in other parts of the world can download applications from Google Play.