AmpliFi Teleport APK

Version 1.0.3 - com.ubnt.teleport

Teleport lets you easily create a private connection to your AmpliFi router.

AmpliFi Teleport apk

APP Information

Download Version 1.0.3 (10003)
Apk Size15.93 MB
App DeveloperUbiquiti Networks, Inc.
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android7.0 and up
App Packagecom.ubnt.teleport.apk

Download AmpliFi Teleport 1.0.3 APK

App Description

AmpliFi Teleport is ubnt,teleport,lifestyle, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. website who developed it. com.ubnt.teleport.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 7.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.0.3 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 113+ times on store. You can also download com.ubnt.teleport APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Use the AmpliFi Teleport app and feel secure knowing you can still connect to your home. Watch your local programs and content from anywhere in the world using an internet connection. AmpliFi Teleport allows you easy access while you are away from the most important place – your home. Similar to a traditional VPN connection but without the configuration hassle, monthly fees, and unreliability. It’s simple: connect to your AmpliFi Router at home, generate a code using the AmpliFi Wi-Fi app, and use that code with the AmpliFi Teleport app. Your friends can even securely access your internet IP using an internet connection. Take your Android device wherever you go and it will feel like home. Android TV is supported on Android devices.

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  1. Z Muller-avatar

    Z Muller

    A great feature to have. If you don't have another VPN and want access to your home network this is a great option. Free, and it works well.

  2. Aaron Suek-avatar

    Aaron Suek

    Rarely seems to want to connect anymore, and a long time with no updates to fix it.

  3. Steven Rollason-avatar

    Steven Rollason

    I've only used this briefly, but it has been excellent so far. To those who have been unable to connect to devices on the local network, I found that I needed to do a couple of things. 1. Once connected the first time, open the Amplifi app (not the Teleport app) and there should be an icon for the connected client. Tapping on this will display a screen with a "Local network" option to allow local access for that client. 2. If you have turned on the "Bypass DNS cache" option (through the web interface, you may need to turn that off for local DNS to work (connecting via IP address should work without doing this).

  4. David M-avatar

    David M

    Works as described. Set it up in a few minutes and got started. The only problem I have is that the instructions aren't as clear as they could be. Only took a few minutes of tinkering to realize that I didn't have to keep making new codes every few hours -- the code expired but the connection was still usable. The biggest improvement that this app needs is a widget to turn the VPN on/off. Then, it'll be 5 stars for certain.

  5. Marshall Bard-avatar

    Marshall Bard

    This app is exactly as described in the AmpliFi app. It works great and am very proud of it. As a Chromebook user, it works well when I travel so I can use my NAS drive no matter how far away I am. I've always been impressed with Ubiquiti products and hope that they keep up the good work. However, the app still needs to have support for Windows and Mac and iPad. After this, the app will be perfect!

  6. Alicia Sykes-avatar

    Alicia Sykes

    The app is very minimal, yet still somehow buggy. It often disconnects itself, and there is no auto reconnect feature. Because of this it works really poorly on mobile data. I do wish that the Ubiquiti Alien devices could just support WireGuard or OpenVPN, then there would be no need for these half-baked apps, and it could be used on any platform (currently there's no Windows, Linux or MacOS support for Teleport). I ended up using a R Pi, Pritunl and a DO droplet to properly VPN into my home

  7. Dave Glossop-avatar

    Dave Glossop

    For such a great pedigree it's full of bugs and just won't stay connected. I've just uninstalled and reinstall yet again..

  8. Jonathan Kerr-avatar

    Jonathan Kerr

    I have been trying to link this up all day and nothing. My regular app won't even connect remotely to allow me to see the status of my wifi. It worked before but the newest update today and the introduction of teleport has made the app useless while I am away from home. THIS APP DOES NOT DO WHAT IT CLAIMS AND IT DOESN'T WORK. if you can avoid the updatE PLEASE DO.

  9. GTR 35-avatar

    GTR 35

    App needs work.... Takes about a minute to connect to my home, meanwhile my openvpn client takes 1-2 seconds. However, speeds are actually nice.... I currently have fiber 1000/1000 speed and testing over tmobile produces the following results: no vpn LTE: 110/50 and using teleport vpn over LTE: 59/50.... Pretty good considering its a vpn tunnel and it uses cpu resources for encryption and decryption. Phone used for testing, one plus 6t (tmobile version).

  10. Barry Borden-avatar

    Barry Borden

    great application but was a little hard to get teller porting working but once you get it up and running it's very awesome because you can use your home network from anywhere but you should have unlimited cell service to have this work well I thought having this that I could download my cellphone service and pay less to save some money but that was not the case