1. Speedify VPN
Most of us have multiple internet connections on our Android smartphone. One from the mobile data and the other from the WiFi. But we usually only use one at a time. Right? Imagine how cool it would be, if you can combine all the internet connection into one huge pipe. You not only get faster downloads, but also reliability, even if one connection goes down, you still has a backup. And that’s where Speedify comes in. Speedify is created by the developers of Connectify, (which I’m sure Windows users might remember this name) Anyway, the app uses Android VPN service to create a load balancer.
But does it really work? I run a speed test on with speedify ON, with single internet connection vs 2 connection. I got a better result. So, imagine if you are getting 10 mbps on your wifi and 5 mbps on your mobile data, in my testing, speedify didn’t combined them to 15. Instead, it automatically pick up the connection best suited for it and give you a speed boost to you. Making the overall connection faster than the maximum of single connection i.e. 10 mbps. And it also offers seamless failover, so if you are watching netflix and your WiFi connection goes down, speedify will automatically pickup the alternative internet source in the background.
You won’t feel any difference in your browsing. For most part in my testing the app worked as advertize. But as good as it sounds, speedify isn’t free though. And cost $8 per month subscription, but the good news is, the app is available for all OS not just Android and offers a free trial for 7 days. So, you can go and see if it’s suits you. The way I see it is, the app is made for professionals whose work rely a lot on internet like stock brokers or something. Yes, there is a subscription service, but for someone needs stable internet, speedify is the only app that does that.