announced rolling out the latest version of its mobile operating system - Android 5.1, and now there is something un-noticed, and unexpected that is already in Android 5.1.
Android 5.1 came up with the built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) service. Google has not said anything about its Virtual Network Service, but this concerns the privacy of users as having a VPN will keep a user's device secure even if they are accessing public Wi-Fi.
The features were first noticed by the Pocketables where the service was named "Google Connectivity Services" on a Nexus 6 that was running the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop update. Hope these features also come up on another device too.
May Google is testing its VPN service and that too also in its own Nexus device. If this feature goes live then this will be another great step for the user's security, as VPN allows secure data transmission between unsecured WiFi connections.
What are your views on this VPN service from Google? Will you mark it as Good or anything else ??? We like to hear your thought.
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