Internet usage on mobile has surpassed desktops for the first time in history and it shows no signs of slowing down. As we are so dependent on our smartphones we also need a reliable Internet connection. The easiest way to ensure your time online suffers as little interruption as possible is to use your Wi-Fi and cellular connection at the same time
But how you might ask? This is possible using an app called Speedify, which is available for both Android and iOS devices. Speedify makes it so your mobile device uses both Wi-Fi and cellular connections which means almost no downtime but also faster download and browsing speeds.
For example, during a Wi-Fi call you might get out of your router’s range or switch between access points. In this situation, it’s highly probable the connection drops. With Speedify up and running, the initial connection is made through both Wi-Fi and cellular. In other words, when one is unavailable the other one takes over. For the end user, this means the Internet connection remains uninterrupted.
If you’re thinking “OK, this sounds great but my cellular data plan is somewhat expensive and I wouldn’t want to reach my monthly cap too soon!” no need to worry. The option to use cellular data can be customized in great detail. Firstly you can choose the priority between using it for both speed boosts and reliability or to be used only when Wi-Fi is unavailable.
Also, you can set monthly and daily data limits so assuming you configure Speedify properly, no need to be afraid you’re going to reach your data cap too soon.
I’m pretty sure by now you can imagine Speedify is the perfect solution if you want to use your Wi-Fi and cellular connection at the same time, but it’s not free. Technically, you can 1 GB of optimized Internet activity every month, and if you want unlimited data traffic get it via a $4.99 monthly subscription or you can subscribe with $29.99 for an entire year.
Still, that free GB of Internet traffic lets you test the app to see if it works for you. It’s also great for those who usually have a good connection and find themselves in need of Speedify’s capabilities only once in a while. You can download the app on your Android or iOS device from the links below:
Have you tried Speedify and do you find it useful?