After kicking off the round of releases with iOS earlier this month, today we are introducing a rebuilt IVPN app for Android. The goals for this project were similar: to deliver a solution that offers better user control, a clearer overview of connection status and location, and enables a smoother setup process.

An overview on what changed:

ivpn android interactive map

Select servers for Single- and Multi-Hop connections quicker on an interactive map

ivpn android pullup menu

Switch protocols, network protection settings and enable AntiTracker through the pull-up menu

ivpn android account management

Get an overview on your subscription and set up IVPN on other devices easier

Similarly to the iOS and iPadOS counterparts, IVPN for Android is open source. You can find the details and ways to contribute on our GitHub page.

We hope you have a smooth experience with our new Android app - please drop us a line if you have any feedback.

IVPN Staff

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