Doesn't work, DNS doesn't register/change. To test this, use Adguard DNS as a custom DNS, open any brower, and visit a site with a lot of ads like cnet or any torrent site. Adguard DNS works if you set it in your wifi settings, but not for this app. Basically, this says that no DNS should register including the default ones. Just use a network app that shows your DNS settings and you will see.
The UI screen is not entirely viewable in the portrait mode and it will not rotate to landscape mode. The developer ask " PLEASE RATE US FIVE STARS THIS IS TO IMPORTANT TO US" Well developer I will not rate any app five stars especially one where I can't even see the entire screen. All that is viewable in the DNS1 & DNS2 fields is about 40-45 percent of the DNS numbers. If you fix that I will increase my rating, though it will not increase much if you continue to tell how I should rate you. If you want a high rating ( LIKE 5 STARS) Then earn it by building a quality app, Don't attempt to persuade people's rating by saying it's too important.
This is an awesome app, is there someway to keep it open when i close my apps (the way music players and facebooks messenger app stay open) otherwise this would be a perfect app. The reason i want it to stay open is i often forget i have it on; close background apps; and then get confused as to why im being blocked on some sites. Like i said if it had this it would be a perfect app
So, I prattle on about security a bit. (Strange, I know.) If you've read my book, you know about the benefits of using OpenDNS Umbrella, and you set your home WiFi to use that, but how do your protect your Android device while you're out and about? How do you know that the ad which gets served up to your phone while you browse at Starbucks isn't a malvertisment redirecting you to some nefarious CDN or C2 channel? I present to you DNS Changer. I've been using it for a couple of weeks. It's pretty bad-ass. You just select OpenDNS from the drop-down, and BOOM. You're protected. No need to root the phone, either. It creates a nice VPN for you, so that your data stays encrypted (doubly so, since most sites you visit are encrypted, too), and your DNS is filtered through Umbrella to protect you.
I would've rated it a 5, but it forces you to rate it before it will start after the first use. Since I hate being forced to rate things, I'm uninstalling and will go with another free DNS changer that is welcome to make money off of me for viewing their ads. Not cool, burakgon!
Not good, keeps disconnecting every few minutes! Also I have to disconnect it before I download an app from the app store. Would be great if you could fix these 2 things.
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