Mozilla VPN - Secure & Private 4+

Built by the makers of Firefox

Mozilla

    • 3.5 • 266 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Stay anonymous online with Mozilla VPN. Get your 7-day free trial today!

Fast. Secure. Ultra-Private. Stay anonymous online with Mozilla VPN. From the makers of Firefox, our mission is to put you first. Get your 7-day free trial today!

SECURE CONNECTIONS WITH WIREGUARD® PROTOCOL
Our VPN secures your internet connection using next-generation WireGuard® encryption to keep your online activity private on any network – safe from hackers and other prying eyes.

YOUR PRIVACY IS OUR PRIORITY
We don't track or log your network data.

BLAZING FAST SPEED
Whether you’re browsing, shopping, streaming or using gaming apps – do it all with blazing speed using the modern WireGuard® protocol.

ONE TAP TO PRIVACY
With just one tap, you’ll connect to one of our secure servers located in over 30 countries.

PROTECTION ON PUBLIC WIFI
Connect to the Mozilla VPN and keep your connection protected from hackers and prying eyes while you shop, bank, surf, or stream on public WiFi.

FROM A NAME YOU CAN TRUST
As the makers of Firefox, Mozilla always engineers its products with the highest standards for your privacy. You can count on us to always put your privacy first. We build products like the Mozilla VPN to promote choice and transparency and give people more control over their lives online.

YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
- Get unlimited access to our secure VPN service for up to five devices.
- The VPN currently supports popular mobile and desktop platforms.
- Subscribe on a monthly basis to receive unlimited data for the duration of the subscription.

NO BANDWIDTH RESTRICTIONS
Stream, download, and game without limits, monthly caps, or ISP throttling.

ABOUT MOZILLA
Mozilla exists to build the internet as a public resource accessible to all, because we believe open and free is better than closed and controlled. We build products like Mozilla VPN to promote choice and transparency and give people more control over their lives online. Learn more at https://www.mozilla.org

What’s New

Version 2.9

Thanks for updating Mozilla VPN! This latest version includes tutorials and UI fixes to make using VPN easier, as well as bug fixes and technical improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
266 Ratings

266 Ratings

Gsjbdifibdjdq479999432 ,

Unreliable connection, pretty good speeds

I wanted to like this vpn because I like Mozilla, what they stand for, and generally the other products they put out are good but this just reeks of being incomplete. It is very limited feature wise, but then again so is mullvad which is essentially what this is just with a redesigned interface. When your connected the speeds are usually good, obviously you’ll get some slow down on a vpn but this one doesn’t usually slow it down to the point that it’s at all inconvenient to use.

My main issue is just how unreliable it is at connecting and staying connected. It often takes a few tries to connect and you have to stay vigilant to monitor the connection as it will just lose the connection in the background and never reconnect. This happens a few times a day and really makes it so I don’t trust it and will be moving on at the end of the one month I paid for.

Developer Response ,

Hey there,

We immensely appreciate your feedback! We're currently on version 2.5.0, and I can assure you there has been several updates with new features that might come in handy for you such as Split Tunneling, Custom DNS servers and Multi-hop. We hope you give us another chance anytime soon!

Kind regards,

cozyfrog ,

Used to be great...

I first purchased and downloaded the Mozilla VPN app over a year ago and for the first few months it worked great. However after an iOs update last month the VPN began disconnecting on its own as others have noted. Worst part is that no notification is given that the VPN has disconnected so you have to check it frequently to see if it is still connected. Keeping the app open worked for a while to keep it connected but now even that doesn’t prevent the VPN from disconnecting on its own. I contacted Mozilla support and they had me uninstall and re-download the app but that didn’t work. They then had me send them my VPN logs. They finally came back and just told me they don’t have a solution and offered to give me a refund. It seems they have just given up on fixing this issue. It works great on my laptop though...but not on my iPhone. I guess i will need to find a more stable VPN provider.

Rose2006 ,

Works Just Fine, But...

I know iOS doesn’t allow for a kill switch, but if I can get notifications when I enable/disable the VPN, why isn’t there a notification for when it drops on its own? I’m repeatedly finding myself checking to see if it’s still enabled, and there have been too many times that I’m checking after browsing social media, only to find I was doing so with no VPN enabled.

If there can’t be a kill switch for data, can there at least be a notification for when the VPN disconnects on its own (which seems to happen every 12-36 hours, lately)?

App Privacy

The developer, Mozilla, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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