1. Server blacklisting is nice.
I like this feature a lot since it allows me to blacklist servers that are far away from me, or are blacklisted by sites I visit.
2. The advanced features are cool
Eddie for Android has many of the features of the OpenVPN for Android app, such as custom commands and blacklisting apps.
3. The ability to see the server status in app is nice.
I would like to have the ability to sort by latency, but I understand that that's a bit sluggish to conduct.
4. The master password is annoying.
The master password is a rather pointless feature. If I wanted to relogin to the app every time I open it, I'd just rather use my AirVPN username and password. Plus it prevents the app from connecting on boot, which is something that I think every other VPN app allows.
5. VPN locking is incredibly user hostile.
VPN Lock makes Eddie For Android unusable at times. I have to constantly monitor my phone to make sure it hasn't tripped. When I can't do that, I always have to worry if my phone has lost internet again. Thing is, Android already has a VPN killswitch that you can enable by going into settings, enabling Always-On VPN, and then enabline Block Connections without VPN, which is much less user hostile as this allows the app try to reconnect to the network while blocking other apps (you have to disable this if you need to login to connect to public wifi), rather than give up and remove my phone's ability to use the internet. What's the point of a VPN that doesn't allow me to use the internet?
6. The ability to specify Quick connect settings is useful.
It would be nice if I could force only some of the quick connect settings and not all of them. For instance forcing IPv6 over IPv4 and TLS-Crypt settings but not UDP/TCP or port settings.
7, The notification would be more useful if it showed download and upload speed.
8. The ability to remember which key I use would be nice.
This was confirmed to be in the next update.
9. The status page is nice, but it could be more detailed like in the desktop app.
I would like to see the VPN Cipher and the VPN Control Cipher in the status page. But that's minor in the scheme of things.
10. The log is a bit hard to read.
Having lines separating the log lines, the ability to specify verbosity, the ability to clear the log, and the ability to clear the log on a new connection (all features of OpenVPN for Android) would make the log much easier to read for debugging purposes. As of right now, trying to find where things are is a bit difficult.
Overall I do like Eddie for Android, and think it's a better app than other VPN providers, but it's not quite up to par with OpenVPN for Android in terms of functionality, although it is better integration-wise. With a bit of tweaking, it could easily become my default VPN app. As of right now though, I'm stuck between Eddie for Android and OpenVPN for Android,
Please don't take any of this as a personal attack, these are just my thoughts.