Connectify Announces Speedify Mobile App For Faster Internet

Mobile internet connectivity is not always the best depending on your carrier and your location, but there are ways to enhance your experience if connecting to your digital world is done mostly through mobile. Today at CES 2016 a company called Connectify announced the launch of their brand new app, called Speedify, which utilizes the connections of WiFi, as well as a user's 3G and 4G mobile network connections and Bluetooth networks to deliver a strong and fast connection by way of a bonding of these connection types. With Speedify which has launched in the Play Store as of today, users can ensure they always have a fast and reliable connection for their on-the-go mobile data needs.

While not all users have problems with slower data speeds, most mobile devices can relate to the stresses and frustrations of trying to download, stream, upload, transfer, or connect while utilizing a slow network. What Speedify does is utilize all available connections intelligently and pick the best method for each function. So if you're trying to stream music, send files, and download things you need all at once, Speedify can help to manage which connection to use for each task so that it happens more quickly and you aren't left waiting around.

Connectify also states that the Speedify app helps users save on mobile data costs, as it will grab onto free WiFi connections when they're available, and switch to mobile data connection when they're not. This way users are only using mobile data when they need to. Switching between network connections is handled by Speedify automatically and should happen without any interruptions to whatever it is the user is engaging with, whether that's streaming video, video chats, downloading or streaming music, or simply browsing the web and responding to emails. Speedify is also a VPN so usage is secure. It's also worth noting that users will only get to use the app for free up to 1GB of data usage per month, after which they will be required to set up either a monthly or annual fee which gets charged to their Google Play account if they need more than 1GB of use.

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