Useful utility, Widget should be configurable Nice app, does what it claims. In my mind the Widget is what makes it 1 click, however it appears that you can only use it for the first VPN setup. All additional widgets open the same VPN. Other than that, it's a little pricey.
Great app, worth the price if you use VPNs a lot I have 13 VPNs that I support for my employer. This app pays for itself with the time saved by not having to enter passwords. The problems that I've had appear to be related to Android or maybe my Casio Commando. I spent a frustrating couple of hours trying to get it to connect to 3 of the VPNs, which are configured the same as the other 10. I could connect to all 13 with a PC with no problem. I finally gave up for the day. When I tried them the next day all 3 connected on the first try with no changes.
Licence check fails so useless now I bought it fair and square and now it has decided to fail a licence check and refuse to work. It is demanding that I pay them again so I can use it - disgusting behaviour.
Perfect VPN Application I really does not have much to add. This nice app works perfectly on my Android 7" Galaxy Tab P-1000. However there is a few things one need to know for getting VPN to work good. The app's "default" of using PPTP is not the best choice. But if you know server addresses for L2TP choose that instead. For me PPTP resulted in unstable connections. This is not the app's fault at all, but can easily be blamed for it if you don't know. PPTP is the least secure of the two protocols (PPTP and L2TP) supported by Android. PPTP: A very basic VPN protocol based on PPP. PPTP was the first VPN protocol supported on the Microsoft Windows platform. The PPTP specification does not actually describe encryption or authentication features and relies on the PPP protocol being tunneled to implement security functionality. Due to the major security flaws, there is no good reason to choose PPTP other than device compatibility. If you have a device on which L2TP is supported then it may be a better choice. L2TP: An advanced protocol formally standardized in IETF RFC 3193 and now the recommended replacement for PPTP where secure data encryption is required. L2TP is the best choice for Android. 5 stars :)
Works GREAT! on Sprint EVO 4G (original unrooted) Using Android 2.3.5 on an original Sprint EVO 4G original vintage unit, un-rooted. Absolutely no problems, use it many times a day, simple as falling off a log. Bear in mind to get the cool buttons that you only have to touch once to connect and disconnect you need to use the WIDGET that comes with this product. I failed to understand that first pass and I was confuzled, but once I read the word stuff, it all came together! lol!
Huge time saver Connecting to a VPN in android can be painful - up to 5 clicks! This app lets you add a widget for one click toggling of the VPN connection.
Fixed license checking problems.
Made the Galaxy Fix option available to all devices w Android 2.3.3 and later (although only Galaxy devices will need it)