OpenVPN for Android APK

Version 0.7.7 - de.blinkt.openvpn
Last updated: 2019-02-16 16:25:01

Full featured open source OpenVPN client for Android.

Android OpenVPN for Android APK Free Download Version 0.7.7 (de.blinkt.openvpn). App developed by Arne Schwabe File size 19.42 MB. Full featured open source OpenVPN client for Android.

APP Information

App Download Version0.7.7 (160)
Updated2019-02-16 16:25:01
Apk Size19.42 MB
App DeveloperArne Schwabe
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Package de.blinkt.openvpn.apk

Download OpenVPN for Android 0.7.7 APK

App Description

OpenVPN for Android 0.7.7 app is Tested By Antivirus, App is TRUSTED.This App rating is 4.41 On mobile devices. Star You could visit Arne Schwabe website to know more about the company/developer who developed this. The New OpenVPN for Android APK can be downloaded and installed on android phone supporting 4.0.x api and above. Download the app using your favorite browser and click on install to install the app. Please note that we provide original and pure apk file and provide faster download speed than OpenVPN for Android apk mirrors. You could also download Free apk of OpenVPN for Android and run it using popular android emulators Or Cell Phone.You Can Download free latest version 0.7.7 Stable and Easy Form google play Or Android Store.

Openvpn for Android is an open source client based on the open source OpenVPN project. It uses the VPNService API of Android 4.0+ and requires neither Jailbreak nor root on your Telephone. - OpenVPN is a client software to connect to an OpenVPN server and not a free VPN software. It allows to your own/company/university/provider OpenVPN server. - Only tun mode support (Sorry no tap, with Android 4.0 only tun can be supported). - permissions: this app ask implements a feature to import OpenVPN profiles from the SDCard/internal memory. Google categorizes this access "accessing your media and photos" - Prerelease versions available by joining G+ group: If you want to help to translate OpenVPN into your native language look at the homepage of this project. Please report bug/suggestions via email or at the code Google Code project. But please read the FAQ before writing me. OpenSSL Heartbleed: OpenVPN for Android uses its own non vulnerable OpenSSL version. For more details about OpenVPN and Heartbleed see:

App ChangeLog

  • - Upgrade OpenSSL version to 1.0.2e
    - Make Android TV experience a tiny bit better (not fully working yet)

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Fully featured vpn should have dark mode. open vpn connect does. I got a response months ago saying with an update this would come. well... there has been many. i paid for a yr subscription to private tunnel. I am a bit disappointed. Love to see a black or at least a dark theme option. Black out my favorite vpn app please! (black background and white or light grey text would be amazing) saves battery life. cheers

Just set up my first openvpn server on a cloud machine and tried a few other popular opevpn clients and they were super slow for me on the downlink side. from 70mbps down to 30 or even 5mbps... with this client i get pretty much my full internet speed!!! 70 mbps!! awesome! found what i needed

I'd been using OpenVPN Connect and it just got worse and worse over time. It would cause my phone to slow down over time and eventually become so slow it couldn't recognize my fingerprint in time to unlock the phone before the screen shut off, requiring a hard reboot. It also developed a problem where it would ask me to "continue" or "select certificate" at every connect, which made auto-reconnecting to the VPN after a reboot impossible. I fixed it by installing this client, which is much lower on resources, doesn't kill my phone after a while, and just connects quietly like a VPN client is supposed to do. Good work, please keep it up.

Unable to import profiles on my Nvidia shield tv. The import window will only allow you to press recent files and back and nothing else. Therefore I can't use it all.

User's guide: 1. Connect to a VPN service 2. Wait for the inevitable 0 bit/s 3. Wait for it to drop your connection Will start working once it drops your connection and helpfully let's ALL traffic through, on your normal IP. Sill one of the worst to this day.

Amazing, does what one would expect it to and more. I very much appreciate logs and graphs. I do, however, hat an issue with a blinking notification icon when connection is active, which is rather annoying. The only reason I rate it less than 5.

OpenVPN for Android (OVfA) is the VPN software we use on our Android devices to connect to both our home VPN and the commercial one we subscribe to (AirVPN). Prior to Android 8 (Oreo), we used to have no problem with the app. But, from Oreo on, more and more problems have sprung up that I'm laying at the feet of the app. Starting with Oreo, when OVfA is running, things like Photos refuse to back up and the Play store won't update apps (turning OVfA off lets things work). I'm trying to use the app on my new Pixel 3 XL (which uses Android 9 (Pie)), and having even more trouble. Along with the earlier issue of things not being able to connect when the app is running, OVfA now also has a tendency to just stop. I don't know if Google's just trying to throw speedbumps in our way to stop us from using VPNs, but whatever it is, using OVfA is now irritating as well as iffy (at best). I've tried AirVPN's "Eddie" app, but it's got its own set of problems. Next, I might have to try OpenVPN Connect. I just wish OVfA, the app I know best, would work with the later Android releases so I wouldn't have to go through this.

The best and feature rich Android VPN app, it even allows me to connect directly to my subnet things (others can't this useful thing), and shows my speed and traffic.

Essential app. This allows me to keep my phone connected to my home VPN with the minimum of fuss and maximum flexibility. Just one extra feature I'd like, though, is the ability to nominate some connected WiFi SSIDs (or BSSID MAC addresses) as triggering the VPN to pause.

Does what it says, great support on Note 8 (Oreo). Small feature request: auto connect when connected to certain hot spots or at certain locations? For instance, eg. "connect to this VPN when I'm not behind my router". Keep up the good work!

Fantastic! Use all the time to connect to personal OpenVPN servers and access my private services, also tunnel all my mobile traffic. Default rooting, start on boot, developed in the open, all great stuff.

Does not work on Nvidia Sheild. Cannot navigate all menus using remote control. Please fix.

I started using this app after using another app called openvpn went rogue. This app trumps it by far!

Doesn't reinit connection properly after Wi-Fi network change, is stuck at "Getting client configuration" OpenVPN Connect works better, but has its own quirks

It a good vpn especially with the app filter. The issue is that the vpn doesn't pause when the screen goes blank so it's a huge drain on battery

Horrible application. It instantly crashed multiple times after I wrote All rights reserved, Copyright. Sounds like open source BS.

Wonderful OpenVPN app that does what it's supposed to do and does it well. I was surprised at how quickly I was able to configure and attach it to my personal VPN. It has increased the versatility of my phone significantly.

Imported my client configuration file even though it had some non-standard options. Very robust easy to see what is going on. Overall a great experience.

This help me download a game just like fortinet it call fortcraft but if you it you got to reset Google play store and download canda npv

The App is fantastic, but there is just one question how do i use OpenVpn with Tor Orbot ? Ican't find anywhere instructions, is there a link regarding this ?

App Permissions

OpenVPN for Android 0.7.7 requires following permissions on your android device.


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