Definitely my preferred OpenVPN client. If I had to be picky - it would've got 5 stars from me if there was a Disconnect desktop widget - like OpenVPN connect. ...I know I could "make" one using Tasker (etc.) but would've been a nice-to-have. Other than that the best OpenVPN app available.
Obfsproxy Hi is there any chance to support obfsproxy? Normal openvpn connection blocked by my ISP and I managed to connect with obfsproxy on Windows. Wish I could do same thing in Android.
No Process Running / Aunthentication Fail App works most of the time, but some times it stops the connection and shows "No Process Running". It happens mostly when I change from LTE to WIFI and vice versa. It would be nice that instead of stopping working, it tries to reconnect again automatically, so it is not necessary to always check for that and reconnect manually. Also, sometimes somehow the authentication fails and connection closes. I have to reconnect manually. If auth fails, also try at least once to reconnect and not close connection.
Ipv6 broken Ipv6 tunnel all internet traffic throwing error and won't connect, tunnel comes up fine and my internet traffic for all v4 works, however no ipv6 :( I verified ipv6 works fine in my normal Network
The best OpenVPN client for Android Easily imports existing OpenVPN client configs with embedded certificates for virtually painless setup. Rock solid with no trouble working over spotty connections.
Works, drains battery This app uses over 30% of my battery, but is the only way to create an "always on" OpenVPN connection. The openvpn connect app does not have such awful battery drain.
- Fix not being able to disconnect in Russian translation under Android 5.0 and Android 5.1
- OpenSSL security update (1.0.2j)
- Minor bugfixes
- Reenable breakpad crash reporting (user interaction required, no automatic sending)
HTTPS/UDP/FTP/DNS/ECHO tunneling, anonymization and anti-censorship solution