Firefox Official VPN Service Android App is now on Google Play Store.


Firefox VPN service

Firefox has released their own Android app for providing a virtual private network (VPN) service for the users currently available in beta mode. The app is available on Google Play store with a name, “Firefox Private Network VPN” beta version.

It is not available to download for the users but you can ‘join the waitlist’ from Firefox official website and you will get notified when the app gets available to download. However, it is not free, Firefox is going to charge pricing of $4.99 per month. You can use the service over five different devices at a time.  

There is no bandwidth restrictions for Firefox Private Network and at first it is going to available for Android and Windows 10 users, Chromebooks and iOS devices have to wait for some more time. Firefox parent company Mozilla is planning for a long time to get into the VPN service sector. 

Why You Should use Firefox Private Network VPN.

The VPN service is in partnership with Mullvad which is “committed to not monitoring or logging your browser or network history.” Mullvad works on a protocol name WireGuard, this helps them to improve encryption and offers faster speeds. As most of the VPN service does not have any support for WireGuard.

Note: WireGuard is a new open-source VPN protocol that uses state-of-the-art cryptography and aims to be simpler, faster, and more secure than the existing VPN protocols. 

Also see: Best Free VPN You Must Try.

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