Mozilla Firefox Released VPN Service For Android


Mozilla Firefox Released VPN for Android, currently in Beta.

After opera, the Mozilla firefox is also working inbuilt VPN service in its browser.

Firefox Private Network, the service is providing full encryption, now launch the beta version for Android users and soon to be launched for macOS, iOS and Linux platforms.

For Windows 10, the VPN will work with any browser, as well as any apps you have on your Windows 10 computer. Now it is also available for Android devices too.

The VPN is built by Firefox and runs on a global network of servers powered by our partner Mullvad using the WireGuard protocol. Mullvad respects your privacy and has committed to not keep logs of any kind. Which is designed to offer faster speeds and improved encryption. Most VPN services don't support WireGuard, it is the great advantage to Firefox's Browsing service.

Features:


  • Secure your entire device with the VPN

Protect the connection for your whole device, including all apps on Windows 10 and Android.

  • Powerful network protection across the globe

With servers in 30+ countries, you can pick your location. Connect from anywhere, to anywhere

  • Stream, download, and game with no bandwidth restrictions

Connect up to 5 devices at once with a fast, powerful connection.

  • Encrypt all the connections on your device

Firefox Private Network routes your traffic through a secure server and lets you choose a new location.



How To Apply?

Step 1
Join the waitlist. When you receive your invite, download, and install the VPN on your Windows 10 or Android device. (Coming soon for other platforms.)

Step 2
Turn on Private Network and connect to any server of your choice.

Step 3
Browse and communicate freely on your own fast and secure private network.

It is currently available in United States region, more regions coming soon, mozilla said.

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