Orchid is a VPN client, crypto-powered VPN service and advanced network security tool.
Using Orchid, you get access to a network of VPN providers all in one app. While using Orchid, you only pay for what you use. There are no monthly fees. When you turn the app off, you are not charged anything.
Orchid is an Open Source project and we respect users privacy. We have no tracking in our application.
Advantages over other VPNs:
-Disguises Internet traffic using WebRTC for firewall traversal
-No subscription! Pay for with credits, only when Orchid is running
-Change providers easily
-Built in local traffic monitoring
Why use Orchid?
-Enhance your online privacy so your Internet provider cannot monitor and sell your web browsing history
-Protect your connection when using a WiFi hotspot
-Protect your real location data from websites
-Protect your IP address from websites
Why trust Orchid?
-Open Source project on GitHub @OrchidTechnologies
-Third party audits by Certora and Consensys Diligence on all decentralized smart contracts
Our vision is to enable secure access to the internet for everyone, everywhere.
- Configure rpc urls per chain in settings and test access
- Ukrainian translation
- Reduced reliance on external APIs for some chains
- Fixed bug affecting identity generation and first time use pop up
Ratings and Reviews
Privacy Privacy Privacy: Made Simple
Orchid has come a long way in the last couple years. From the competitive pricing to the ease of use and customization of hops are unparalleled in the VPN space. The fact that Orchid is a decentralized service is everything a VPN user could ask for. Gone are the days of using a centralized VPN just to have them sell your data or simply hand it over to government entities. I honestly can’t wait to see what new features Orchid releases in the future because I know it will be a game changer.
One thing I would love to see implemented, and I know it’s been hinted at, is the ability for anyone to contribute to the network by staking $OXT. This is a killer application that would increase the decentralization while changing the VPN space as we know it.
So I was all in for a project like this that is geared toward protecting privacy; that’s a big deal that we should all care about, right? But then I listened to a few minutes of a recent Orchid podcast where the guest was an admittedly far-left liberal who is all about shutting down “misinformation” and basically shaming anyone that does not agree with her version of “science”. News flash: there’s a plethora of information that is all science-backed that can give a different perspective to even a far-left liberal if they take the time to read or listen. What a shame that a privacy-centric company that says they believe in privacy and individual rights, would promote that only far left liberal science is real. A total let down. Your user base does not have to be only far left liberals, unless that’s who you want to market to. And in that case, your middle-of-the-road or more conservative customers can take their business to where it is welcome.
I like it
I’m no expert with the hops and all that (maybe and a section to explain) but I know it’s covering my basic browsing. Usually have to turn it off to even watch Netflix. Well priced, I’ve always been sweet on oxt so I’m a little biased but the vpn does work and I’m surprised I stuck with it
Data Not Collected
The developer does not collect any data from this app.
Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More
- Orchid Labs Inc.
- 37.2 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 10.14 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2017-2021 The Orchid Authors
- In-App Purchases
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- Tier 1 PAC $39.99
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- Tier 2 PAC $79.99
- Tier 3 PAC $199.99
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