Yes, we support HTTP and SOCKS5.
Both types of connection are identical in terms of speed and anonymity.
To create a proxy access-point, go to the Connection settings:
Also, practice has shown that if you connect to very distant countries, for example, you are in Russia, and connect to a proxy in Brazil, then it’s best to use HTTP.
Yes, you can.
Remember that you can have several proxy access points, but all of them will have the same external IP address, since these are just different ways to connect to your phone’s traffic.
Create a proxy access point:
In your Dashboard personal account you can see the IP, port, login, pass. Account access points screenshot:
Click “On/Off” in the app:
Space is reserved on the server for each Connection. Removing unused Connections helps us offer the lowest prices on the market.
If necessary, you can create a new connection at any time. In the Android app, you need to log out and log into the newly created connection.
Yes, you can. To do this, log out on the first phone and then log in on the second.
Yes you can. Check out this video guide:
Both types of connection perform the same in terms of speed, security and anonymity. In simple terms: different ways of transmitting traffic, but both are reliable.
Our experience shows that if you’re really far away from the proxy’s GEO, best to choose HTTP.