Windscribe VPN is a tool that secures Wifi and helps you safeguard your privacy online. Best part? It’s absolutely free to use and offers up to 10GB of bandwidth per month! That’s something you can actually use!
With Windscribe VPN, you'll never mess with confusing settings and option menus again; just turn it on once and forget about it.
Get up to 10GB of data per month for FREE, which you can use on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Windows PC, or as a browser add-on for Chrome, Firefox and Opera. These VPN tools work together to block ads and trackers, and help you keep a low profile while browsing.
Watch our explainer video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BvEtiS5ga0
• Super easy to use, just turn it on with a single tap
• Encrypts all your data so nobody can spy on your Internet activities
• Strict no-logging policy
• Access to servers in 10 countries (Including US, Canada, UK and more)
• Import custom OpenVPN configs and connect to any server of your choice (even our competitors)
• Same as the free features, plus:
• Unlimited bandwidth
• Unlimited connections
• Servers in 60 countries and over 110 locations
Wifi SSID name fixed.
Ratings and Reviews
Happy with the service
In a time where government spying and malicious hacking are commonplace, Windscribe is here to help. This vpn service is one of the only providers to offer a prolonged free service, offering everyone at least 10gb of encrypted traffic per month for only your email in exchange (which they don’t sell to advertisers). The subscriber version removes the limitations of the free service, granting you more access to different locations without a data cap. Even with the free edition, you receive the same fast internet speeds as a paid subscriber. There are no specifications on the amount of simultaneous connections you can have at once, meaning they’ll allow you to connect as many internet devices as you own. There are apps for just about any modern OS, fire tv included. I’ve always been happy with the speeds I’ve received from windscribe, and as long as you don’t mind them being located in Canada... they are very privacy conscious and seem to really care about not logging or disclosing your browsing habits to anyone. They’re also very active on Reddit, and the company has a *****++ sense of humor. Give them a shot with their free version and see how the service works for you!
By far the best VPN service
I never thought I would voluntarily pay for a VPN service until I encountered Windscribe. Their free trial is just over-the-top generous, the service works perfectly, the Netflix server locations are super useful and most of all their security bot R.O.B.E.R.T. is something I wish I had my entire life.
There are simply too many things that make me love Windscribe. The app used to be buggy (couldn’t disconnect/connect to vpn randomly) but since the last upgrade it’s perfect, you can customize an « à-la-carte » plan if you don’t need all locations, marketing emails (and I’m ashamed to say it) are just the best I’ve ever seen, their Twitter is hilarious, their online help bot is 1 - actually helpful 2 - super cute and the devs are just nice people you can talk to and will help you figure out what’s wrong instead of taking 2 weeks to send auto-generated « thank you for your feedback. We’re trying hard to improve your experience blabla... » emails like other companies.
A big thank you to the devs for this service (and fixing a big issue I had by releasing an update through the beta channel as we were chatting), and to the whole team at Windscribe. I love you.
Why would you fix something that ain’t broken??
They added granularity to network configuration and it bugs the crap out of me.
This whole “auto secure individual networks” should’ve been optional. I’m in a country where the government constantly breaks different internet protocols because they don’t want you to have access to free internet and they know they can’t just shut down the internet or the whole world will know about it. So everyday, I have to try different protocols a couple times to get a stable VPN connection. Before this update, I used to just change the protocol in the connection preferences and just reconnect.
But now, there’s a preference per wifi network too and I have to change both the global protocol and per wifi. EVERY TIME.
There is a auto secure switch to, supposedly, disable this per wifi network behavior, but it doesn’t work. Actually if I turn it off, I cant connect to any server at all. I tap the VPN switch and it spins around for a sec and turns off automatically. Also when auto secure is off, every time I launch the app it pops up to recommend me to keep it on and SUPER annoying!!
You hear me Windscribe? Why did you guys tried to fix something that was not broken in the first place?
I’m a very satisfied customer for like 4 years and this update frustrates me to the point that I don’t want to protect my privacy at all, if it’s going to cost my sanity.
Data Not Collected
The developer does not collect any data from this app.
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- Windscribe Limited
- 94.3 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
English, German, Italian, Japanese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © 2021 Windscribe Limited
- In-App Purchases
- 1 Month Pro $8.99
- Pro Monthly $8.99
- Pro Yearly $48.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.