ExitLag launches Internet optimization app for Android

ExitLag launched its Internet optimization app on Android, which stabilizes the connection and reduces latency for mobile gamers.
exitlag logo over fiberoptic cables.

ExitLag, a proprietary online gaming software, uses data trafficking optimization artificial intelligence multi-path connections with simultaneous activation to ensure the fastest and the most stable connection while playing games. ExitLag has been preparing to extend its service to mobile games, and over a million users downloaded it during its beta phase. ExitLag Mobile aims to provide a competitive and seamless gaming experience by optimizing smartphone and tablet Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G, and 5G connections.

CEO of ExitLag Lucas Stolze said:

“Whether you’re a first-time player or a seasoned professional, your internet connection can either make or break your experience. ExitLag’s mission has always been to level the playing field and give gamers of all skill levels all around the world access to the best connection possible. As the industry continues to evolve, ExitLag will continue to adapt to ensure its users always have the most competitive and disruption-free experience however they choose to play.”

The critical feature of ExitLag Mobile is its real-time data routing optimization. The app ensures a stable connection by dynamically assessing various routes and selecting the optimal path for data packets. Should one route falter, others seamlessly take over, maintaining consistent gameplay connections. The foundation for this efficiency lies in ExitLag’s proprietary algorithms and a robust infrastructure comprising a vast network of global servers.

ExitLag Mobile is designed with gaming in mind and streamlines the process by automatically calculating the most efficient data route with a single tap. The app boasts compatibility with over two hundred games at launch, encompassing popular titles like Fortnite, Roblox, FreeFire, Mobile Legends, Wild Rift, Pokémon Unite, Genshin Impact, Diablo Immortal, PUBG, Call of Duty, and recently Acheworld, which we announced in our “ExitLag Partners with ArcheWorld to provide better connection to gamers” article.

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