App and domain can individually be allowed or denied access to your Wi-Fi and/or mobile data.
Access to the internet can be restricted to:
- Cut back on data use * Battery life
Gaining more control over your mobile apps will help you: * increase your privacy * block background app activity * be informed when new apps connect to the internet * block adult websites
Android firewall protection with “no root required” is easy to use.
No home calls, no tracking, and no analytics actively developed and supported. Support for Android 5.1 and later support for IPv4/IPv6 TCP/UDP. Support for tethering Support for multiple device users option to allow when the screen is on, to block when traveling, and to prevent system programs.
Automatic device startup * Automatic identification of installed programs on your mobile device * Identification and notification of newly installed apps’ Web access * Per-application setting of Allow/Block
Get complete data use visibility, disable background activities for chosen apps, and choose a material design theme with light and dark colours.
• Allow/block specific addresses per application • New application notifications; configure InternetGuard directly from the notification • Display network speed graph in a status bar notification • Choose from five additional themes in both light and dark versions • Log all outgoing traffic; search and filter access attempts; export PCAP files to analyse traffic
None of these functionalities are offered by any other no-root firewall.
Why does InternetGuard lead the list of data users?
It’s a fantasy. The VPN package on your device is used by InternetGuard to build a firewall. Every data packet transmitted or received by your apps passes through the VPN, and InternetGuard is given credit for all incoming and outgoing data traffic.
The good news is that InternetGuard now has a function for monitoring data usage that lets you see how much data each app is using. Select Data Usage on the home screen to view the usage.
ATTENTION: This app’s VPN interface is the only one that may be used to establish a firewall on no-root devices. It functions as a proxy between popular apps and servers. The programme doesn’t send any of its own data or steal any of yours.