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  1. 24 votes
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    olavinto commented  · 

    Not possible. Call transfer is based on a different kind of network technology than internet.

    As mentioned before there are VOIP solutions that can and do encrypt calls. Skype traffic for examle is encrypted. But these are different from basic calling and they use their own networks and technologies.

  2. 81 votes
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    olavinto commented  · 

    Thos should be rather simple to implement since it is already possible to choose which apps use the VPN and which bypass it. Just add a block feature there and thats it.

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    olavinto commented  · 

    What is the point of the password if it can be simply shown in the application/service it's for? I would want more protection like 2FA added to the accounts so that a simple password wouldn't be enough to access it. This coming from a person who has personally experienced leaks and breaches related to services like Adobe, Yahoo, Steam, Google and Dropbox to name a few. All because of a simple one layer password protection.

    Use products like Dashlane, RoboForm, LastPass or Bitwarden to store your passwords and other important data. They have dedicated and secure platforms for this and they all work on all platforms. They can also generate very good quality random passwords.

  4. 91 votes
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  5. 20 votes
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    olavinto commented  · 

    I agree. Split tunneling already works great on Android and it would make a lot of sense to allow those apps that have the "Bypass VPN" rule active through Kill Switch. Although this should be an option because a full Kill Switch is alsy good have available. The Kill Switch active notification could contain a command to switch between full and semi mode for example.

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    olavinto commented  · 

    There is a built-in feature in Android called "Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep" and with it you can get WiFi to disconnect when a device goes to sleep (meaning when it's locked and screen is off). In the Play Store there is also contless of power management apps that do much more. For example an app called "WiFi/Data Auto Off" would be a good solution to this request because it turns off all connections which in turn also turns off VPN.

  7. 23 votes
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    olavinto commented  · 

    The "connected" notification could, or rather should, also be persistent. Currently it can be hidden by clearing notifications and then the only way to check connection status is to open the app.

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  8. 23 votes
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    olavinto commented  · 

    This would be one of my top requests. Currently one must first disconnect, browse and then connect.

    If I'm switching between my favorite servers it would be nice to just pick a server and reconnect directly to it woth just one button press. I don't neccessarily care what the ping or speed is if I just happen to need the location.

    This would concern all platforms, not just Android.

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  9. 29 votes
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    olavinto commented  · 

    A consistent "Connected" notification would be nice like there is for when kill switch is active. Speed would sure be nice to see in it too.

    NordVPN for example does this.

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  10. 34 votes
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