Speedify has speed in its name for reason. On desktop and mobile, our unique channel bonding technology makes for a speedy, realiable connection.
The technology behind Speedify’s connection magic is called Channel Bonding. We combine multiple Internet connections – Wi-Fi, cellular, ethernet, etc. – to provide increased bandwidth, lower latency, and better reliability.
Keep your personal data safe from hackers, snoops and other cyber criminals.
Our ChaCha encryption cipher delivers 3 times the speeds of other VPNs.
Accidentally step out of range of Wi-Fi? Even if you’re in the middle of an important file transfer, Speedify will seamlessly failover to your other working Internet connection without skipping a beat.
When you’re using Speedify, you automatically have an internet failover software solution up your sleeve. All you need is at least two available connections and you’re all set!
Speedify is the best mobile VPN in the world, here’s why:
We use better encryption for mobile devices than anybody else
We use channel bonding for bandwidth aggregation. Speedify can combine any kind of internet connections including: Wi-Fi, cellular, Ethernet, DSL… whatever gets you on the internet can be used.
We support gapless handoff / connection failover
Don’t let the fact that we’re a “mobile VPN” scare you. “Mobile” here means that we can switch between internet connections without missing a beat. It’s still the best VPN for desktop computers as well, for all the same reasons.
Speedify works with all programs and applications that use the Internet. Our channel bonding technology intelligently divides your traffic between connections on a per-packet basis, so even single-socket applications such as streaming music and movies (like YouTube), uploading to and downloading from cloud storage, and live video streaming can be given a speed boost by multiple connections.
Yes, Speedify uses the latest encryption technologies to encrypt all your traffic. By default, it uses ChaCha20-Poly1305 for data encryption and ECDHE-ECDSA for handshake encryption, utilizing 256-bit elliptic curve keys. (TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256)
Yes! Speedify’s smart channel bonding technology can take into account the cost of each network connection. If you click on the connection’s circle in the app, you can set the Priority to let Speedify know how it should be used:
Always – Use this connection all the time to boost Internet speeds
Secondary – Only used when connections set to ‘Always’ are congested or unavailable. This setting is perfect if you want to use your 4G card or other costly Internet connections just when they’re needed to help keep your connectivity smooth.
Backup – Only use this connection to keep you on the Internet if none of the ‘Always’ or ‘Secondary’ connections are available
No, unlike some “free VPNs” where you are the product, we do not make money showing you ads or selling your data to other companies. To be blunt, we’re trying to get you to pay for an unlimited account and will never do the creepy stuff that the free VPNs do.
Because of Speedify’s fast encryption and connection bonding technology, Speedify can deliver speeds that are very close to the speeds of all your Internet connections added up, sometimes all the way up to 150Mbps. If you’ve been avoiding VPNs because of their slow speeds, it’s time to check out Speedify.
Speedify can take advantage of almost any Internet connection that your computer is able to connect to, including DSL, Wi-Fi, 3G/4G devices, and tethered smartphones.
If your device or network requires additional configuration (such as running dialer software for mobile broadband networks or logging into captive portals on Wi-Fi and Ethernet networks at hotels or airports) as soon as you perform the required steps Speedify will be start using it..
Some restrictive networks, such as corporate or university networks, might block the traffic that Speedify needs to connect. Speedify currently uses UDP traffic for its tunnel, which can be blocked or throttled by some networks.
Speedify only blocks port 25, which is used for unencrypted SMTP (Send Mail Transfer Protocol), and is often abused by spammers. If you are unable to send email while connected to Speedify, please adjust your email settings to use port 465 or 587.