The networking firm's new 184.108.40.206 app is just a basic DNS switcher, which routes your phone's web traffic through Cloudflare's free DNS service with a single tap. The company also argues that its DNS offering is faster than other public DNS services like Cisco OpenDNS and Google Public DNS. The way Cloudflare's 220.127.116.11 app works is that it will redirect all your apps to send DNS requests through a local resolver on your phone.
If you're concerned about your mobile privacy, as well as web surfing speeds, it's time to rejoice, as 18.104.22.168 is now available on both Android and iOS. As Alternative #2 to 22.214.171.124, I've been using an app called DNS Override for a couple years. Or, again, if this is reading like a foreign language: It takes your DNS queries and sends them to its faster 126.96.36.199 server, then encrypts them so no one can creep on your data. The only downside? The app uses Android's VPN API to connect to the alternative DNS resolver. Easier than any VPN, the price is right (it's free), and you instantly get a much more private browsing experience. It is also touted to help you access the Internet faster by using Cloudflare's global content delivery network (CDN).
If you decide to use the DNS data through 188.8.131.52, it might be quite hard for your internet provider to see which sites you visit. If you are anxious about having your connection hijacked, then you will love how this service works.
The 184.108.40.206 application from Cloudflare brings access to its quick, private DNS server to iPhone users. After downloading the app, users merely tap a switch and grant permission for the 220.127.116.11 app to create a VPN. If you try it, let us know what you think. To download the app simply visit the relevant play store of Google or Apple to install the dedicated app. Is there a certain browser or DNS service that you prefer to use over the others?