These days, VPNs for much needed for phones rather than PCs. And with users gaining more knowledge about privacy and security, they’re shielding themselves with VPN plans from those who provide. Cashing that chance is the new player Mozilla. The browser maker has just released an Android VPN app from one of its products, Firefox.
The all-new Firefox VPN Beta
Mozilla has been proactive in preparing such security features for users than other browsers. It’s got VPN for its users along back in the form of extension and then crafted a VPN application for Windows and ChromeOS later. Now, it has got Android application too. Further, it’s planning to bring its VPN service to Mac, Linux and iOS too.
Just as Firefox VPN, other non-native VPN makers who’ve just launched their own versions are SpeedTest and Cloudflare. New players may struggle against the core VPN service providers like ExpressVPN, CyberGhost or NordVPN. Yet, Mozilla is finding its way through them. It has listed its VPN for Android in Playstore as “fast, secure, and easy-to-use VPN you can trust built by Mozilla.”
Get the app here (the USA only): Firefox VPN
The app’s currently availing for the US only and the beta phase. Users interested in trying it should pay $4.99 a month for the service. Mozilla has got 30 server locations and will support upto 5 devices simultaneously. Further, its VPN is based on WireGuard standard, which could boost its speeds with better encryption of traffic.
Users interested in Firefox VPN can join their beta wait-list, as Mozilla says it’s a “limited-time beta pricing.”
Join here: Firefox VPN