While you may be using either Chome or your native browser, Android users allow more browser browsers, which can be downloaded directly from the Play Store. One of these choices is Opera, and while it is not as popular as other browsers like Firefox or Microsoft Edge, it now rewards its user base with an excellent feature ̵1; the ability to block uninterrupted cookie popups.
What are these? Pop-ups Anyway?
The reason you have seen so many popup windows in recent months is thanks to a new law called GDPR (General Data Protection). In short, EU legislation requires companies to request your consent before collecting your data. Businesses also need to limit that data collection and get the information you share online.
Of course, websites now have to double the transparency, resulting in a river popup that explains how your data is used and requests consent. The law applies only to the EU, but users across the world will see these popups in any case, as companies make sure they are in line with the strict guidelines of the legislation.
How can I use Opera to block popup devices?  Open Opera, press "O" at the bottom right of the screen and then select "Settings." On the following page, make sure "Ad Blocking" is enabled. (If you download Opera for the first time, "Ad Blocking" must be enabled by default.) Then tap the field to open expanded controls.
To disable popup windows, you must press the slider next to "Block cookie dialogs." When enabled, Opera will do anything to stop these popups from appearing in your browser. You can also enable or disable "Automatically accept cookie dialogs." However, if this setting is disabled, any function that may require cookies may not work properly.
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