Although it doesn't change the IP address, it's good to use, especially, when a game is showing loading sign, if this 220.127.116.11 is connected, it doesn't show any loading sign and the game runs very smoothly. Also, it also unblocks some locally blocked websites, such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. Just one thing. Since it doesn't change the IP address, I don't think it's very safe to use in some countries where there's no freedom of speech. Otherwise, it just makes a good app.
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My experience with 18.104.22.168 WARP is that it's a straight-forward secure DNS changer that does what it says on the tin smoothly and without any glitches. My personal preference for such an app would include a bit more (such as an app firewall), but in terms of doing what it was made for, this is a fiver.
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It's alright. As far as I can find out, it prevents snooping, keeps no logs, allows individual applications to be excluded, but unfortunately shares IP with the website or service you are using. Also, I couldn't see a way to remove Photos and YouTube from exclusion list, which really should be a customer choice if for only the possibility that they didn't want backups or YouTube working. Call it a low tech hack to keep your kid who is using your phone safe.
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