Drag to pan around. KeepSolid comes from Vasily Ivanov and Oleg Bocharnikov who established a new software development company, Simplex Solutions, back in This isn't quite as dumb as it sounds. The company needs to clear this up soon.
You're unlikely to see this kind of performance unless you live in a data center right next to one of KeepSolid's servers, but it's good to see what's possible. There's a smarter location-picking feature in a Favorites list, which enables building a collection of your most-used servers for easy recall later.
If I turn the app off download speed is 85 Mbps. Importantly, it does not restrict the amount of data you can use.
I'm disappointed that KeepSolid is advising people to deactivate their antivirus products in order to install, of all things, a security product. There's better news in the app's ability to automatically connect to the VPN whenever you access an untrusted network, ensuring you're always protected.
Within a year, paralleling the meteoric growth of VPN services in general, they were already up to 36 servers, adding locations in Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Luxembourg and Romania.
This works much like the Windows client: a workload figure highlights the least and most-used servers, ping times are available if you need them, and there's a Favorites list to store your most commonly-used locations.
It's a transparent effort to herd users toward purchasing more device slots. This might be a solution for some people with speed issues; but then you have your ISP logging everything you're doing thus defeating the purpose of having VPN if you are using it to shield yourself from your ISP spying on you.
Frankly, it's easy to use, the speed drop is negligible and the peace of mind of having a service that I never have to renew is wonderful.
It's still mostly about the basics, though apart from the comprehensive Reconnect optionsand we've seen more powerful Android apps available elsewhere. We also collect your payment history regarding our Services but not your payment information from third-party payment processors, such as Google, Apple, PayPal, Amazon, Stripe, and Paymentwall.
Have you ever used VPN Unlimited before? While it limits you to just a few countries, ProtonVPN places no limit on the amount of data you can use with a free account.
VPN Unlimited also offers browser extensions to help you connect to its service even faster Image Credit: KeepSolid Browser extensions Connecting to a VPN through an app will usually direct all your system traffic through the tunnel. You can use VPN Unlimited on a wide array of devices, including phones and laptops.