User Interface [1
9659005] Initially, users can get stuck in the interface of the Aloha browser on the iPhone or iPad. But use a few seconds there and the app itself folds out the best features. You can easily get everything when you knock around and explore websites.
The prominent search bar grabs attention immediately, so you know you need to enter URLs there. For your daily dose of news, Aloha gives you shortcuts for content categories, ie news, entertainment, sports, money, lifestyle, health, travel and cars. You can browse websites according to your interest.
More security for you. Unlike other browsing apps, Aloha lets you lock the app with a password code. You should not use any third party lock apps, as you can enter your password code from the Aloha settings.
To do this,
Step 1. Press Gear icon → Touch Privacy.
Step # 2. Turn on the switch next to Passcode → Enter iDevice passcode and confirm it.
Once you set up the password, the app prompts you to enter the password each time you open the Aloha app. You can use the same for Face ID or Touch ID.
Your personal information on Facebook, Twitter and Gmail will remain pretty safe if you access these sites in the Aloha browser.
Download images / videos
Aloha has a built-in download manager that lets you manage downloaded photos and videos effectively. The best thing about this download manager tool is that it is unavailable to other apps. On your iPhone or iPad, Aloha creates a private folder, which cannot be accessed by other apps. You can store large or small files in this folder and change the folder name.
Free and unlimited VPN is one of the sharp features of the Aloha browser. This comes in handy when you are traveling and want to use a virtual private network. Instead of downloading and subscribing to a VPN for a week or two days, using Aloha is a better choice as the app offers unlimited VPN at no extra cost.
Just tap the VPN icon before the search box and give the necessary permissions to the app; now you are good to go. Note that when you close Aloha, the app will disable VPN; So next time you need to tap the VPN icon to enable this feature before browsing websites. Aloha compresses and encrypts VPN traffic to use less bandwidth.
You need to upgrade to a premium version of Aloha to block ads. This app requires you to pay $ 2.99 / month and $ 24.99 / year to block ads in your browser. Surfing websites in an ad-free environment is a completely different experience. With premium access, you can also use VPN in other apps, except Aloha.
Summing up …
Aloha is the right choice for professionals who want to use VPN on their iOS devices. Explore the settings on this app, and you'll find more interesting things there. Google is the default search engine on the app; You can change it to any other search engine like Yahoo, Bing, DuckDuckGo, Yandex, Baidu and Yahoo Japan.
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