I’m a new user from China, I’m now using android and win vypr, beta version. I also have Nord, Surfshark, Windscribe VPN, and Just My socks ss service.
Vypr’s speed is fastest among those VPNs, but connection always drops in some minutes.
Yesterday’s update (android beta) seems to have solved the connection dropping issue, today I have kept connection to Japan, South Korea, Chicago server for quite a long time, and the speed is well at night (it’s not so good before at this time). It’s a good news, but the issue is not completely solved, sometimes it will drop still.
Two bad news are:
Beside my android 9 phone, I also have an android 6 tablet, when using the same wifi, vypr could work on my phone, but not on my tablet, because it cannot distinguish where I am, so there is no availble server for me to choose. I don’t know what the issue is related to, maybe the old android version, or maybe vypr depends on mobile data (tablet not has) to locate user’s physical location.
I also use vypr on my win10 laptop, I have to complain the miserable experience of installation, it takes a long time for downloading something from vypr server. Till installation is complete, I will find a vexing vypr service usurping 5-7% of my CPU resource, even if I exit vypr, it is still there. If I manually end it up, next time when I open vypr, a prompt will tell me something wrong needs to be fixed, yes, something is the resource-eating vypr service. So at last, I uninstall vypr from my laptop, because I don’t want my CPU fan working on and on.