Keeping your affairs private is something that’s important to many people, and not just because they’re doing something wrong. It can be as simple as stopping villains stealing your ID to staying safe in a hostile dictatorship country, and it can be serious stuff. So it’s always good when more tools come on to the market to help people stay safe.
This EVDA Anonymous Private Browser TOR uses the mighty encrypted TOR network to protect your smartphone when you’re browsing. The app is actually nothing more than a web browser that is integrated with TOR, so you don’t have to do anything at all to get it running. Just download and install, and the app will connect automatically for you over the encrypted system.
The app will route your session randomly through one of the TOR exit nodes, and encrypt on the fly, although you should remember that using TOR is only one part of a truly secure connection. If you want to do things properly you should follow the guidelines that are set out on the net.
The good news is it works, and doesn’t seem to run too slowly either. You will notice a downgrade in browsing performance, which is natural, but it is definitely usable. You may have to reboot your phone after installation (or even uninstall and reinstall the app) to get things working, but in our test it worked fine after a reboot.