Works, but barely usable First of all, it does work. However, there are two major problems. First, it's not VPN at all. It only allows to forward connections to specific TCP ports, which is fine in some cases, but useless in other. Second, the app eats so much memory that it gets killed by Android after a few minutes of running in the background.
Works great but gui problems The font are super small (no human can read it). Cant zoom either. It seems to work nice. But.need to do more testing. Tested on stock Sony xperia z2
Could not test the app GUI font is set too small...
Chrome app/Ext Amazing idea I could see potential here :) But if you could develop a chrome app or extension for your desktop will cover wide selection of OS and you would also have google maintain the platform adobe is a crap company. Also a chat app would be nice
Cool but... I like it, it works pretty good.... BUT... my outlook email address I configured it with keeps complaining about STARTTLS.... so.... it would be good to have that fixed so I could send and all... otherwise, awesome.
Great, but won't stay open Man, I lost my beautifully worded review. Oh well... Adblock puts an icon in the system tray in order to keep itself open; otherwise, it says, Android could close it at any time. Perhaps you can add the option to put an icon up? Also, Android apps can create VPN connections. Idk if your development platform allows for this, but it would certainly make it easier to use while on mobile only. I rely upon this for emergency SSH access, having no data plan. I can perform DNS queries, however.
Base framework upgrade:
- now based on Apache Flex 4.14.1 (was previously based on Adobe Flex 4.6.0)
- now released with an embedded AIR 16.0 runtime to simplify installation
The framework upgrade fixes many bugs. For instance, VPN-over-DNS is now compatible with SwiftKey.