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Firefox releases an Android app for its VPN service

Mozilla Corporation, the organization that is primarily known for developing the free and open-source Firefox web browser, has been slowly releasing its own paid VPN service, known as the Firefox Private Network VPN, for more than a year now. It was launched as a full-device paid VPN service for Windows users, and now, Mozilla has...

Google’s Project Fi adds an always-on VPN to its cell service

Google has announced a new "enhanced network" for Project Fi, their MVNO service that will soon be rebranded. The feature promises to add extra security and more reliable connectivity. They are accomplishing this with an always-on VPN. Project Fi actually already uses a VPN. That's how it switches between the 3 networks it uses while you're...

CloudFlare’s new Android app lets you easily enable their fast DNS

Earlier this year, CloudFlare launched its own DNS service to the public, called "1.1.1.1." CloudFlare's DNS resolver is different from your ISP's or other DNS alternatives like Google Public DNS and Cisco OpenDNS in that it's focused on privacy and speed first. Your IP address is never logged or saved on CloudFlare's servers, and with...

VPN Hotspot lets you share your VPN connection over a hotspot

There are a lot of people who worry about the privacy of their online activity these days. Companies are releasing entire web browsers that focus solely on blocking the countless number of trackers that companies have embedded into their websites. Then we have internet providers who try to snoop in on what you're doing, there are hackers...

US Senator pushes government to stop using old VPN tech and use WireGuard

VPNs have played a pivotal role in today's age, allowing users to bypass geographical restrictions and keep their data relatively secure from prying eyes. While the use of a VPN is recommended against not using one at all when dealing with important information, some of the most popular VPNs have their own set of problems...

WireGuard, a Revolutionary VPN Project, Adds Support for Android ROMs

It’s hard to imagine the modern Internet without a VPN. For many years, VPNs have extended private networks across public networks, enabling users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network. This consequently has had the effect of allowing users to...

Private Internet Access VPN: 2-Yr Subscription, Huge Discount

VPN services are seeing a huge spike in usage as more and more people concern themselves with internet privacy. It's probably time that you stop putting off prioritizing your privacy and invest in a VPN service. Many subscriptions can be kind of pricey, that's why we are highlighting this deal from the XDA depot. This...

TigerVPN: Lifetime Subscription

It's hard to find a trustworthy VPN service that is dedicated to keeping your internet traffic out of the hands of your internet service provider AND the government. With new laws in the U.S. allowing ISPs to sell your internet history to advertisers, it's more important than ever to make sure you're behind a VPN. A...

Stop Paying Monthly. XDA Recommends PureVPN: Lifetime Subscription

The XDA Depot is the best place to buy all sorts of online goods. While most of the items listed are focused on educational courses, you can also get a bunch of software and gadgets too. Today we are checking out a great deal on PureVPN.Normally VPNs are a monthly subscription deal. You can usually...

PSA: Google Assistant says it’s “Offline” when you’re on a VPN, but everything still works

Google Assistant is one of the most advertised features for the new Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, although there are ways to enable it on non-Pixel Nougat devices as well as on non-Nougat devices. Although Google has currently restricted official compatibility to a very small subset of Android devices, you can still get full use...