Opera will block those annoying cookie dialog boxes on its Android app

After briefly testing features in the beta, Opera officially gives Android users the option to automatically block pop-up cookie dialogs appearing on websites. The pop-up type has been particularly popular since the GDPR came into effect in May, the company has tested a breaker that blocks 15,000 websites and hopes to support more in the future.

This technique works based on "a combination of CSS rules and the JavaScript experience". Turning off the dialog now prevents cookies from being blocked. You must choose whether to block all cookies, block cookies, or block only cookies from third parties.

Along with major updates, Opera also offers a variety of other home screen shortcuts for users running Android 7.1 or higher and other features such as the option to customize the text size of the website. The company says that blocking the cookie dialog box will soon be available for the rest of the Opera portfolio.

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