And iOS is not a moving target?
No, it isn't. iOS provides us a consistent interface. We use the built in IPSEC/L2TP client and configure it with a .mobileconfig.
At this time, it is not compatible with the iPad 2.
I have no idea why that's in the FAQ. It works perfectly with any iOS device, including iPad 2.
I know what you meant, though - it just takes more work to support the Android platform, and Anonymizer does not feel, at this time, that there is sufficient return of investment to justify supporting the Android platform.
Still, it would be nice if you did.
It does take more work. Each Android device is different and the IPSEC/L2TP client isn't always [included/exposed?]. Manufacturers like to put their own UI on top of Android. And the Kindle Fire? We can't keep up. That being said, it does work, but you have to do it yourself. You can extract the necessary information from the .mobileconfig and if you know how to configure your VPN you're set.
But the only way we could officially support Android would be with an app where we either activate the VPN on our own, or provide our on VPN. That is significantly more work, and we don't have any Android developers. If you want it, buy it for your PC then contact support and ask for Android support. If the demand is there it'll eventually happen.