Earlier this year, CloudFlare launched its own DNS service, called “188.8.131.52.” for use free of charge. As we know that DNS services are used by internet service providers to resolve a domain name like Google.com into a real IP address. DNS servers provided by ISPs are often slow and unreliable, and Cloudflare promises to speed up your internet with its 184.108.40.206 service.
Google’s Public DNS and Cisco’s OpenDNS are already in the market but Cloudflare’s 220.127.116.11 free DNS service is designed to keep focused on privacy and speed mainly. Your IP address is never logged or saved on CloudFlare’s servers, and with several optimizations in place, 18.104.22.168 is, according to CloudFlare, up to 28% faster than other DNS solutions out there.
It also helps to overcome the restriction of censor and block news outlets, social networks, and adult websites. After a successful beta, it’s now arriving on Android and iOS.
The process is quite simple: just download the app, open it, and tap on the toggle to use CloudFlare’s 22.214.171.124 DNS and navigate with it. It is also pretty lightweight only 7.8 MB.
Also, it doesn’t require root or any other modifications. The only downside is the mobile app uses features like VPN support to push your mobile traffic towards the 126.96.36.199 DNS servers. This means that if you’re using 188.8.131.52, you won’t be able to use an actual VPN service at the same time.
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