Speedify
Speedify
8.2.1

3.0

Speedify free download for Mac

Speedify

8.2.1
10 October 2019

Use all your Internet connections at one time.

Overview

Speedify lets you speed up everything you do online by using all of your Internet connections at the same time while adding a security layer through VPN encryption. Combine Wi-Fi, ethernet, cable and DSL, 3G, and 4G, Tethered smartphones, and any other connections you can get your hands on into one blazing fast super-connection!

  • Non-Stop Streaming - Tired of buffering? Watch all the content you want from any country across the globe, at blazing fast speeds and in ultra high resolution.
  • Faster File Transfers - Upload, download, and share at full speed. Even if you lose connectivity on one of your Internet connections, Speedify keeps your transfer going until both connections become available again.
  • Better Browsing - Bond DSL, cable, and mobile connections into a single faster connection. From web browsing to VPNs and video conferences, everything you do online is faster with Speedify.
  • Online identity protection - Enjoy fast and reliable Internet with our fast VPN encryption. Whether it's accessing sensitive online docs or streaming country restricted content, Speedify has your back covered.
Features
  • VPN encryption - All data sent through Speedify is now protected by fast encryption which can be turned on whenever you want to using a simple switch on the main screen.
  • Worldwide networks of Speed Servers - The Speedify client works in tandem with Speed Servers across the world to intelligently divide your Internet traffic and deliver the combined speed of all available Internet connections. We have servers in more than 35 cities across the Globe.
  • Application is available in 9 languages: English, German, French, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Turkish, Arabic and Romanian
  • Packet Loss and Error Correction - Speedify uses a variety of techniques like Forward Error Correction to fix lost and corrupted packets before they have a chance to slow down your Internet experience.
  • Redundant Mode - Have a jittery, lossy, or unreliable Internet connection? In Redundant Mode, Speedify can double the throughput of even a single connection when packets are being dropped, and significantly reduce latency when using multiple connections.
  • Failover Protection - Get disconnected from one of your connections? No problem! Speedify seamlessly moves your traffic to the working connection(s) preventing minor service interruptions from creating major headaches.
  • Connection Priority - With one click you can set Speedify to only use your 4G Phone, Mobile Hotspot, or other expensive or data-capped Internet connections when free options such as Wi-Fi or Ethernet are congested or unavailable.

The quoted price is the unlimited yearly plan (unlimited data, pay now for one year). All plans and pricing information can be found here.

What's new in Speedify

Version 8.2.1:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

8 Speedify Reviews

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Kleinke
05 March 2017

Most helpful

Make sure you understand this before you pay money for Speedify, which I regrettably did: This is first and foremost a VPN service. It's not a bad one, you can pick from loads of locations, and the interface is actually not bad. But it's a VPN service, and one that requires a subscription. Don't think you'll pay $49.99 and are done with that.

Worse: in addition, for me at least, the promise that the apps's name implies is not being kept: this doesn't speedify anything. At all. If anything, it decreases the speed of my internet connection. And before you start: yes, I do have two separate internet lines, one cable, one DSL. Both are connected to my Mac via Thunderbolt adapters. With Speedify running, I get around half the throughput of what my cable line alone gives me without Speedify running. Only in the upload speeds I can see that the two lines are actually linked. But this isn't worth it for the steep decline in download speeds.

In short: if you're looking for a VPN service, you'd be better off with VPN Unlimited or something like that. If you want to combine two internet lines, be prepared that you might not see the results you were hoping for. You're much more likely to find the answer with a hardware solution: a router that offers two WAN ports, like the Draytek v2925.
Like (13)
Version 5.0.3
Mac Addict 2017
20 September 2017
First heard about it on Reddit and decided to put it to the test, especially since I'm working while commuting - email, browsing, Skype business video calls, YouTube streaming. On the train, I'm combining Wi-Fi and mobile data and see a variable boost, but 3 of 4 times it's there). I've been able to watch the Emmys the other day during my commute by combining connections. I also tried it with a single connection (bus Wi-Fi) and even then I got a little bit of a boost. They mention this is thanks to their packet loss optimization algorithms. The only downside I would mention so far is that it takes longer to connect to a server from another country - saw this when trying to watch a reality show on BBC iPlayer. Anyway, highly recommend it.
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Version 5.4.1
Kleinke
05 March 2017
Make sure you understand this before you pay money for Speedify, which I regrettably did: This is first and foremost a VPN service. It's not a bad one, you can pick from loads of locations, and the interface is actually not bad. But it's a VPN service, and one that requires a subscription. Don't think you'll pay $49.99 and are done with that.

Worse: in addition, for me at least, the promise that the apps's name implies is not being kept: this doesn't speedify anything. At all. If anything, it decreases the speed of my internet connection. And before you start: yes, I do have two separate internet lines, one cable, one DSL. Both are connected to my Mac via Thunderbolt adapters. With Speedify running, I get around half the throughput of what my cable line alone gives me without Speedify running. Only in the upload speeds I can see that the two lines are actually linked. But this isn't worth it for the steep decline in download speeds.

In short: if you're looking for a VPN service, you'd be better off with VPN Unlimited or something like that. If you want to combine two internet lines, be prepared that you might not see the results you were hoping for. You're much more likely to find the answer with a hardware solution: a router that offers two WAN ports, like the Draytek v2925.
Like (13)
Version 5.0.3
1 answer(s)
Secretdiamond
Secretdiamond
14 September 2017
Thanks!
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Jimw
22 November 2016
Just doing some logical thinking about this:

Your internet connection is offering a certain maximum speed for its connection which depends on the type of connection and how much you are willing to pay for. So if the modem/interface/gateway/router is providing multiple ways of connecting to it, such as ethernet and WiFi, it would seem logical to me that the maximum speed would be ultimately limited by the connecting device. To give it a plumbing analogy: If you have water flowing out of a 1/2" pipe and tee it off into several other 1/2' and 3/4' pipes, the maximum flow you are going to get is what flows out of the initial 1/2" pipe unless you increase the size of the feed pipe or increase the pressure of the water feeding it.

So I would surmise that if your modem/gateway/router is providing both your ethernet and WiFi connections then you would still be limited by the feed speed and that using multiple connections with this software would make little difference.

So in order for it to be provide an effective speed increase, I would think you would also need different sources for you connection, say ethernet from you modem/gateway/router and a WiFi connection from your mobile phone connection or your neighbor.

If not, please explain.
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Version 4.0.8
3 answer(s)
chadatmacupdate
chadatmacupdate
28 November 2016
Yes, this is exactly how it works - you can link together multiple interfaces, like your wifi router and the tethered cellular connection. In my case, I tested it with a satellite internet modem, which is pretty slow, and an LTE connection on my iPhone, and my combined download and upload speeds were effectively the two connection speeds combined.
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@timi
@timi
06 January 2017
So to clarify, for most users, this does absolutely nothing.
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chadatmacupdate
chadatmacupdate
06 January 2017
I think there are plenty of people that have access to multiple connection interfaces that could benefit from combining them - as in my example, a cellular tethering + satellite uplink - combing the two makes for a fester and more reliable connection overall, whereas on their own, each connection is slower and more flakey.
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Jfrovich
14 November 2016
I just ran several speed tests and I hitting 8-9Mbps. I have a 2 connections, one is 4Mbps the other one is 5-7Mbps. This is the fastest I have ever rated on a speed test. Im sold
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Version 4.0.8
Rjmorita
10 November 2016
I ran the speed test with Speedify and without. My connection speed is actually faster without Speedify.
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Version 4.0.8
1 answer(s)
chadatmacupdate
chadatmacupdate
28 November 2016
You need to connect multiple internet connections together to really gain any speed increases.
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robertnajemy3373
08 November 2016
does not seem to work with 10.9.5 Where can we find and older version???
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Version 4.0.8
Johnny-T-Dane
03 November 2016
200 $ seriously?
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Version 4.0.7
higherterrain-com
10 October 2016
The incoming and outgoing pipes are only so big. Even if your hardwired and also running a router there is only so much bandwidth that the wires be they copper or fibre can handle.
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Version 1.0.0
3 answer(s)
chadatmacupdate
chadatmacupdate
28 November 2016
What this app does is combine multiple connections together - a wifi router (for example using cable modem or DSL or fibre) and a tethered cellular connection. I have used it to combine a hard wired ethernet connection + wifi that was using another provider + cellular connection for combined total speed of the 3 services all together.
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hwgray
hwgray
26 April 2017
"What this app does is to combine multiple connections together."

So, if you don't have multiple connections to be combined, then this app does nothing. Is that right?
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chadatmacupdate
chadatmacupdate
26 April 2017
The app can used with a single connection interface, in which case it works basically like an automatic proxy server. You may see speed increases a bit due to the nature of how proxies cache content. If you have access to multiple connections, the proxy is used to combine their effective total speed.
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3.0

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  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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