DynDNS assigns a fixed domain name to your Android phone even though the IP address can change.
It uses the standard Dynamic DNS process specification.
You will need an account with DynDNS.com or one of the many other providers of this service.
More information is available on the application's website.
What's New in This Release:
· Make DynDNS function as a plugin for Locale and Tasker.
What's New in 1.2.4:
· Also support enom.
What's New in 1.2.3:
· Rename "Local area network" to "Public IP address" and reverse the meaning. Note that your previous setting is not migrated. The default is true.
· Internal changes.
What's New in 1.2.1:
· A better fix for detecting IP address when tethered.