Well, some downsides now. Wireguards routing capabilities are utterly suck. You can define ip ranges allowed to be reached via a tunnel, that's all. Do you want to exclude some networks, for example your home network? There is no such an option. Of course, I can set up my routes using standard Linux tools, but what am I suppose to do on Android?
So, while OpenVPN is slower, it's much more versatile.
Fortunately, Mullvad guys somehow managed to make this piece of crap work properly, so instead of vanilla Wireguard app I have to use Mullvad VPN app while I strongly dislike using apps from VPN providers and prefer using vanilla VPN clients. Nice
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