For users who are unfamiliar, TON Proxy is the "entrypoint" for conencting with the TON Network's sites. The website has some documentation here:
Generally, the idea is to connect to one of the public entry TON Proxies:
in1.ton.org:8080 in2.ton.org:8080 in3.ton.org:8080
And then add a manual HTTP proxy to your browser/device with said proxy.
If you want to learn how to set up your own proxy, the documentation is here:
Generally the idea is to set up the
rldp-http-proxy build, which can be found in the TON GitHub's releases: