I've used Norton for as long as I can remember. I've tried other anti-virus software. I like it because it's easy to navigate and when I have a problem I easily get help with it through norton support. I have not had any prpblems with the wifi privacy app on my samsung galaxy S7 but when I went to install it on my Dell laptop that runs windiws 10 and microsoft edge, I got an error message saying the app wasn't compatible with my laptop and the same went for my desktop. I am a wireless gal and have nothing plugged into my walls. I would love to understand why this is happening. Please explain.
Ive had it for a couple of months and For "Norton" this privacy vpn is horrible! 90% of the time i have to shut it off to go on any websites. For the price, it should work 90% of the time instead not working. I change my connection and it get worse. I want a refund so i could get sthg else out there with better working conditions
App is tends to turn off when a switch between wifi and/or 4g happens. "Earth" connections which I believe is the most secure mode, make me want to check if the app has VPN on or not. But when this is done so, Earth mode gets switched to a local or other VPN server as the app chooses. As a user, do I check that the VPN for Norton Wifi Privacy is on? Or trust that the application is om despite already setting VPN to permanent "on" mode in my handphone settings. Am using a Samsung Galaxy 7edge. Hope the above info helps. Otherwise, compared to another VPN I've used, Norton Wifi Privacy protects and still allows access to other websites which might be blocked when using other VPNs.
Well, I have all their apps, but this one for some reason doesn't work when sending text mgs or trying to connect to a Wifi. I have to disconnect from Norton's too send or connect. NOT GOOD! I have a Samsung sg7. Norton Must fix this problem. Too many people are complaining about this issue.
Although I gave it 5 Stars I still uninstalled such because it only can be installed on 1 device and seeing that I know a fair amount about software and VPN I know it is not a good value. A majority of our time is spent on secure networks most of the day thus Norton mainframes have very little to actually do and most decent phones and tablets have VPN software installed under your settings menu. It just needs to be bumped up to at least 5 devices and then I might call it a good value.
So far so very good. I'm using a paid for product (I usually rely on free software - but I won a years free subscription so what's to lose!) Anyway I think it is worth the money i.e. I think I'd buy it if I had to. Plus I'm the first reviewer on my new phone (£20 Prime PAYG). A full android 5.1 system, a bargain with a few cheap shortcomings i.e. no gyro's for auto-rotate.
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