Looks good User interface is a bit awkward, but since it's rarely used, it's not a big issue. Seems to do the job.
Works well I love this app, lightweight, works well, well worth the price. I use it with a Streisand install on a cheap server. My one question for the dev is how much data I'm leaking between connections. I could setup fiddler and check, but I'm too lazy. App connects so quickly between network changes I suspect it's pretty minimal.
works as expected I tried both SSH Autotunnel and SPT. While the former constantly fails to reconnect after losing the link or when switching from 3G to WiFi, SPT recovers quite nicely. I'm very pleased with its functionality on HTC Desire with Android 2.3 Later edit: as of 1.4.3, SSH Autotunnel reconnection works well.
A bit arcane, but very functional This works, and it works well. The configuration syntax is arcane. It would be nice if there were a GUI to do it. But once it's configured it goes about its task with a minimum of pain and fuss, which is just what you want from a background program like this. It handles switching networks well, very unlike the similar SSH Tunnel app. I'm also pleased that someone figured out that Open Source (even GPL) does not have to mean $0.
Just doesn't work Connected once, then stopped working. Displays "connected" in the status bar, but no tunnel works that worked a minute ago. And I didn't even disconnect the tunnel or the wifi in between. Opposite of what I need when looking for an improvement over ConnectBot.
Does what it says on the tin. The port forwarding setup is a little unfriendly but if you need this sort of app then you can probably cope. Very good at maintaining a connection in the background without bothering you all the time.
* Added notification visibility preference
* Fix Dynamic Forwarding
Android proxifier that allows you to redefine network traffic with flexibility