Market fragmentation is a poor excuse - you would do tons of good by distributing the suitable freedome openvpn configs. Now people have to hack around to get that, which is probably against your EULA as well.
I've been super happy with Freedome on Windows and Android, but I'm forced to switch to another product because of your reluctance to create a Linux version, or even just give out the OpenVPN configs (which what most of your more Linux-friendly competitor do).
I'm really disappointed that this situation has not improved in the past two years at all.
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