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Great idea but useless as can't login!
Continuously disconnects. Takes forever to reconnect. Bollocks.
Just installs the configuration files, waiting for implementation of connect on demand.
Simply works. iPhone 6s user
My iPhone 6s is running iOS 9.0.2. The app remembers my password (check the box “remember my password”!!!). Let me explain what this app does. It populates the VPN fields of iOS. You can manually enter the same information by going to Settings/VPN. The data is on their website and blog. This app makes using it 'VPN for dummies'. Remember, it is the phone OS and WIFI that make the connection to the cactus servers. If you can’t access wifi, or have poor quality service *WITHOUT* the app is not going to change that. You don’t need the app once VPN protocols are set up. Simply go to Settings/VPN select the access point and slide the button so it is green. Using the app to connect gives you an App icon and an attractive interface to select your VPN access point. I recommend you check out CactusVPN before doing the in App purchase. They offer a free trial. Visit their website. Yes, I am a Cactus customer for 3+ years. My communications (about billing hint: they use european date format DD-MM-YYYY. I embarrassed myself confusing my expiration. April 7 is 7-4 and July 4 is 4-7. Got it?) I switched to an annual payment cycle to keep it simple and save money. Communications can be marked urgent. My billing questions, not urgent. was answered in a day. I was 9 time zones away. An account with Cactus is for all internet connected devices. My husband also uses Cactus. You can have several simultaneous connections as long as you are not using the same server. I also use the OS X App on my macbook. It is similar to the iOS app, populating the VPN field and providing a nice interface. It has an added function that stops a program from running (uTorrent in my case) if the VPN connection drops. This is helpful for those marathon downloads where I am away from the computer. Why is the VPN dropping? It could be my wonky ATT uverse service that disrupts the process. I have known issues there. Speedtest results with and without the VPN show little difference. I recently upgraded my package to include US VPN’s. Cactus has 3 US locations Virginia, Kansas and Southern California. Some US-centric providers offer more access points but for my specific needs, the Amsterdam and Budapest servers are what I am looking for. My occasional use airports seemed ok speed-wise, logging into a Euro server. I was recently stuck at an airport and wanted to access something and it was geo-blocked. My choice was to disconnect form the VPN and be on open wifi or get a US access point. I spent the few dollars more to upgrade my package adding US access and then I put it on my phone, where I never used a VPN before. Know what your specific needs are then select a VPN to meet those needs. Finally do a trial with the company.