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It’s Finally Here! OS Filtering, We Mean
You asked, we listened. And that's how we've become the first provider in the market to release an epic feature, available with our 10M+ ethically-sourced mobile proxies. It's called... OS filtering!
What’s a mobile proxy?
Let’s start from the basics. A mobile proxy is a type of proxy server that accepts and forwards your connection requests to a target website and returns you public data. Mobile IP addresses come from real mobile devices that are connected to a mobile carrier and run on a mobile network.
What’s OS filtering?
OS filtering is a feature that allows you to choose between iOS and Android operating systems during proxy setup, using a dedicated pool of 200K+ worldwide mobile IPs allocated specifically for this targeting option. We recommend using OS filtering for the following:
- Ads verification;
- Protection against ads fraud;
- Multiple accounts management.
See, OS filtering is only one of the vast features our 3G, 4G LTE, 5G mobile proxies have to offer. Get ready to enjoy:
- Reliability & stability. Dive into a fresh-new 10M+ IP pool with 99.99% uptime.
- No CAPTCHAs or IP blocks. Get the greatest success rates compared to other proxy types.
- Advanced targeting. Pick from 160+ locations across the globe and jazz up your IPs with 700+ ASNs, such as Verizon, T-Mobile, O2, EE, and others.
- No-hassle integration & setup. Set up and integrate mobile proxies with our Chrome Extension, Firefox Add-on, or any third-party tool, such as MultiLogin or GoLogin.
- Rotating & sticky IPs. Mix things up by rotating your IPs with each connection request, or stick with the same IP for up to 30 minutes.
- Unlimited connections & threads. Send concurrent connection requests and access chosen targets in no time.
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Frequently asked questions
What is the difference between mobile and residential proxies?
Mobile IPs must come from mobile devices that run specifically on mobile networks, whereas a residential IP may come from a desktop or mobile device connected to Wi-Fi. Mobile proxy is prone to get blocked; however, as it’s hard to get mobile IPs on cellular connections, their bandwidth is more expensive than residential IPs.
Where can I use mobile proxies?
You can use mobile proxies for almost everything; however, due to the high success rates, we recommend using it for:
- Multiple accounts management & automation;
- Ads management & automation;
- Market intelligence;
- App testing.