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SafeConnect Version 1.0,
is a new version of the software developed by SecretsLine Ltd Company specifically for the Android operating system. The program is designed to protect Android-devices users on the Internet from reading information on his/her data and surfing. When the user visits the sites containing counters monitoring user activity, Safe Connect blocks access to any information about his/her actions and allows him/her to remain anonymous. Data are protected by means of traffic encryption. This software also allows to hide the real IP-address. All data on navigation become inaccessible for tracing and further use by companies in commercial or other purposes. This application reduces traffic and blocks phishing-sites as well as gives an opportunity to disable advertisements. Information on the user is completely encrypted. SafeConnect software can be used on many the device supporting Android operating system: smart phones, tablet computers, netbooks, etc. SafeConnect is used with WiFi-connections and the mobile Internet.
The software work principle involves several actions. To begin with, the user connects to SafeConnect. After that, the operating system service connects the user with one of PPtP-servers. The whole amount of traffic moves through the created connection whereas the real IP-address of the user isn't determined by any site. All advertizing and banner networks are deleted at the server level which allows to reduce traffic and load pages faster.
The program is available in two modes. The free version of SafeConnect application is limited and gives an opportunity to be under protection only 5 hours per week. Hours are chosen automatically. For a longer period of time there is a paid unlimited version of the software protecting the user up to several months, depending on the amount of payment. Users of SafeConnect are provided with OpenVPN support…
In seven years of smartphone ownership, I can’t say I’ve ever bought a screen protector for any of my handsets. They feel weird, they put a layer between you and the screen, and I really just don’t’ like the way they look. But, there’s no denying that…
In our blind camera test, we pit the Galaxy S8 and LG G6 against the Huawei P10 Plus, Google Pixel and the S7. And, the readers have chosen the winners.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
I have a love-hate relationship with Bluetooth, especially headsets. As a regular gym-goer, I like the convenience that they offer, which by-and-large outpaces wired earbuds. However, most are not as reliable, lose connection, and don’t have the best sound quality. Despite all of this, I see more Bluetooth sound devices these days than wired ones. The neckband style especially (think Powerbeats) is gaining in popularity — they’re all over the gyms, hiking/mountain biking trails, and sidewalks.
Under Armour Sport Wireless Heart Rate review: Nice Bluetooth earphones that cost too much was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
AT&T told us it would be rolling out its 5G lie back in February. At the time, no one cared. Here’s why we still shouldn’t care.
In February, AT&T announced that it would launch something called a 5G Evolution network in Austin later in the year. At the time, no one paid the announcement much attention because it was filtered in with a larger, seemingly more-important pronouncement: that AT&T was moving towards real 5G trials, also in Austin where it has extensive research facilities. With the impending hardening of the official 5G standard, America’s second-biggest wireless carrier was on its way towards an honest-to-goodness leg up in the next generation of wireless.
Moving from LTE to 5G is like going from 1080p to 4K — it’s a big difference, but you need the right equipment to see it.
Last week, AT&T launched said 5G Evolution network in Austin, and the world, including us, took umbrage at the naming convention. But we should have seen this coming &md…
What is Wifi Direct? How and why should you use Wifi Direct? We’ve got the explanation behind the name and will show you how to enable this feature in this article.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
The ZTE Axon 7 was updated to Android 7.1.1 last month, becoming one of the few non-Google devices to officially receive it. A new software update, referred to as ‘B25’ by ZTE, is now rolling out to the Axon 7 A2017U with a few minor new features and …
In our list of the best Android phones of 2016, we help you decide where to place your cash when it comes time to buying your new phone.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
This little guy is the UE Wonderboom, the newest speaker in UE’s product line. It’s half as tall, and almost twice as fat as its more expensive and elegant big brother, the UE Boom 2. At $50 less, it’s nearly as loud and sounds almost as good. The catc…
You have decided to embark on a new career in web development, but the problem is you don’t know where to start. You could go to a four-year college and get a degree in computer science; but that means spending four years of your life as a student — you don’t have time for that!
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Samsung’s LED View Cover is a very popular case for the Galaxy S7 for a number of reasons. This folio style case protects the front and back of the phone without bulking it up, and still shows you your notifications and the time with the built-in LEDs, all for just $45.