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DNS services are used by internet service providers to interpret a domain name like “Google.com” into an IP address that routers and switches can understand. However, DNS servers provided by ISPs are often slow and unreliable. Cloudflare claims to combat this issue with its 220.127.116.11 service.
On a public internet connection, people can see what sites a user visits. This data can also be misused by an internet service provider. The 18.104.22.168 tool makes it easy to get a faster, more private, internet experience. Cloudflare’s 22.214.171.124 app will redirect all user apps to send DNS requests through a local resolver on their phone to its faster 126.96.36.199 server. The server will then encrypt the data to avoid any third person from spying on user data.
Features of Cloudfare 188.8.131.52 mobile app
- The app is open source.
- The app uses VPN support to push mobile traffic towards the 184.108.40.206 DNS servers and improve speed.
- It prevents a user’s carrier from tracking their browsing history and misusing the same.
- Cloudflare has promised not to track 220.127.116.11 mobile app users or sell ads. The company has retained KPMG to perform an annual audit and publish a public report. It also says most of the limited data collected is only stored for 24 hours.
- Cloudflare claims that 18.104.22.168 is the fastest public server, about “28 percent faster” than other public DNS resolvers.
- As compared to the desktop version, the mobile app is really easy to use and navigate.
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