Opera Max, Opera's data compression software for Android, has been updated to support audio streaming apps.
Opera Max' claim to fame is the ability to compress any kind of data flowing through the device, whether it's web pages or streaming video. Well, almost any kind of data. It previously lacked support for audio streaming services, which has now been added in the latest update.
Opera claims the app can compress MP3 audio codec the same way it can MP4, and it turns it into the far more efficient AAC+ codec.
Other updates include a new icon and material design fixes.
Opera max certainly is a battery hog.. bought galaxy j5 a month ago samsung gave the UDS update with Opera max since then Phones system started consuming more than 1 gb ram resulting the device to lag and draining the battery rapidly.
I installed this app many moons ago in my old Atrix 2 and then I simply forgot about it, might have to give it another shot.
I think ur phone is getting hot and laggy by itself