OpenVPN Client Free

OpenVPN Client Free


This app offer an easy way to configure and use the well known OpenVPN.
There is not needed to have the root access, because the VPN tun device is handled with the VpnService API introduced with Android 4.0 (ICS).
Not affected by TLS heartbeat read overrun (CVE-2014-0160)


* Auto connect on boot
* App filter (Require Android >= 5.0)
* Import/export openvpn configuration
* Import pem, der, pkcs12 cetfificate formats
* Support for certificates in KeyChain
* IPv6 support
* Support for HTTP/SOCKS proxies
* Support for customized HTTP headers
* Backup/restore configuration


Join to the OpenVPN Client community (https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/115310249264827900069) and you will able to try the beta versions, read the news about the app and much more...


Some hints to test the app:
* To import a openvpn configuration file, copy the ovpn file on the device memory and put in the same folder any external certificates/keys files. Then start the app, tap on "+" button in bottom right corner and choose "Import VPN profile". After the import, the files can be deleted.
* If something goes wrong, check the log. You can see the log by tapping on the vpn name, and so on the LOG tab.
* If the log has errors like "ERROR: Cannot open TUN/TAP" or "Tun device open exception: java.lang.NullPointerException", please try to reboot the device.
* If you have the access on the server side, check the log also on this side.
* Maybe your configuration is not compatible with the last version of openvpn, so try to set the option "Use old stable OpenVPN 2.3.2" in the "Options" section.
* If you cannot resolve the troubles, please send me a e-mail to [email protected], I will contact you at soon as possible and I will help you to solve the problem.


Take a look to this video sent me from a enthusiast user...
https://vimeo.com/117085412
Thank you Robert!


The new app filter feature can be used only on Android versions greater or equal than 5.0 (Lollipop). This feature allow to choose which apps are allowed to use the vpn. The apps not allowed will use networking as if the VPN wasn't running.


This free version has some advertising and doesn't has the following features:
* Tap device support
* Auto connect on connectivity up/down
* Tasker/Locale plugin
* Widgets
If you want also these features, you can buy the full version.

Recent changes:
2.14.32
* User friendly behavior for password request dialogs
* The log show the app version.

2.14.31
* Updated openssl library to 1.0.2d
https://www.openssl.org/news/secadv_20150709.txt
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About OpenVPN Client Free
This app offer an easy way to configure and use the well known OpenVPN.
There is not needed to have the root access, because the VPN tun device is handled with the VpnService API introduced with Android 4.0 (ICS).
Not affected by TLS heartbeat read overrun (CVE-2014-0160)


* Auto connect on boot
* App filter (Require Android >= 5.0)
* Import/export openvpn configuration
* Import pem, der, pkcs12 cetfificate formats
* Support for certificates in KeyChain
* IPv6 support
* Support for HTTP/SOCKS proxies
* Support for customized HTTP headers
* Backup/restore configuration


Join to the OpenVPN Client community (https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/115310249264827900069) and you will able to try the beta versions, read the news about the app and much more...


Some hints to test the app:
* To import a openvpn configuration file, copy the ovpn file on the device memory and put in the same folder any external certificates/keys files. Then start the app, tap on "+" button in bottom right corner and choose "Import VPN profile". After the import, the files can be deleted.
* If something goes wrong, check the log. You can see the log by tapping on the vpn name, and so on the LOG tab.
* If the log has errors like "ERROR: Cannot open TUN/TAP" or "Tun device open exception: java.lang.NullPointerException", please try to reboot the device.
* If you have the access on the server side, check the log also on this side.
* Maybe your configuration is not compatible with the last version of openvpn, so try to set the option "Use old stable OpenVPN 2.3.2" in the "Options" section.
* If you cannot resolve the troubles, please send me a e-mail to [email protected], I will contact you at soon as possible and I will help you to solve the problem.


Take a look to this video sent me from a enthusiast user...
https://vimeo.com/117085412
Thank you Robert!


The new app filter feature can be used only on Android versions greater or equal than 5.0 (Lollipop). This feature allow to choose which apps are allowed to use the vpn. The apps not allowed will use networking as if the VPN wasn't running.


This free version has some advertising and doesn't has the following features:
* Tap device support
* Auto connect on connectivity up/down
* Tasker/Locale plugin
* Widgets
If you want also these features, you can buy the full version.

Recent changes:
2.14.32
* User friendly behavior for password request dialogs
* The log show the app version.

2.14.31
* Updated openssl library to 1.0.2d
https://www.openssl.org/news/secadv_20150709.txt

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 21, 2015
Best Android VPN. Period. This app is a little pricy, but absolutely worth it. Makes Openvpn a breeze to configure, has fully funtional TAP support, and the dev is wonderful with providing support (even help setting up the openvpn config). Would buy again.
A Google User
Jul 21, 2015
working
A Google User
Jul 15, 2015
Suck
A Google User
Jul 13, 2015
I have to buy the full version before I can find out if the TAP tunnel will actually work in this app? That seems terrible, since I don't even know if the app works at this point.
A Google User
Jul 6, 2015
Hmmmm Sudah kuduga
Version 1000000
Version 1000000