How does Speedify work?
Speedify is a Virtual Private Network (VPN), which has been designed from the ground up to get much better performance for wireless users than any other VPN system. How? Speedify is a special kind of VPN-- a bonding VPN--that uses Channel Bonding technology to combine all available internet connections for speed, reliability, and security.
Security: Like other VPNs, Speedify can encrypt your traffic so that other people on the same Wi-Fi hotspot--or even your ISP and mobile carrier--cannot see your data or what sites you are visiting. Speedify offers encryption tailored to your device. On newer devices, Speedify uses AES, since these have hardware AES engines. If your processor does not support AES acceleration, Speedify will use the ChaCha encryption algorithm to deliver fast, secure performance, which works even on older phones.
Bonding: With our channel bonding technology, Speedify lets you use multiple internet connections for increased throughput and redundancy. This means Speedify is able to combine your Wi-Fi, mobile data, Bluetooth, and wired connections at the same time to speed up everything you do online. The Speedify app interacts with our Speed Servers in the cloud to seamlessly and efficiently distribute all the data transferred across your various internet connections.
Channel bonding makes it possible to spread individual packets amongst multiple internet connections. By splitting all your web traffic at the packet-level, even large, single-socket transfers, such as streaming movies and uploading and downloading files can be given a major speed boost. It works in the background to help every app on your device!
Speed Servers: Speed Servers in the cloud act as middlemen between you and the rest of the internet. After connecting to one of these Speed Servers, the Speedify app works in tandem with it to intelligently divide your internet traffic and deliver the combined speed of all available connections. This what makes it appear to web sites that you are located where our servers are hosted.
Reliability: Channel bonding also offers robust failover capabilities, so even if you lose one of your internet connections during an important upload or download, your transfer will keep on transferring!