ZeroTier One for iOS allows you to join ZeroTier virtual networks as VPN connections on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
ZeroTier creates peer to peer virtual Ethernet networks that work anywhere. It's used as a faster alternative to VPNs, to provide a seamless hybrid or multi-site/multi-provider cloud backplane, for remote collaboration and distributed teams, and for Internet of Things (IoT) applications to provide direct end-to-end connectivity to specialized devices.
See https://www.zerotier.com/ for more information.
This app provides virtual network endpoint functionality for iOS devices. To join a virtual network from an iOS device, simply tap the '+' button, enter the network ID and name, and click Join Network! (Once a network is added you can also join it via the iOS VPN control panel. It will appear there as an available VPN connection.)
You can only join one ZeroTier network at once due to an iOS limitation of one VPN connection per network extension app. The app allows you to add multiple networks but if you flip one to 'on' any others currently joined will disconnect.
If you encounter any bugs or serious issues please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for help and we'll try to fix them as soon as we can!
Clients for other platforms are available on https://www.zerotier.com/ and source code to ZeroTier's core engine can be found here: https://github.com/zerotier/ZeroTierOne
* UI fixes
* Update ZeroTier core to 1.2.12
Ratings and Reviews
This review is biased
I absolutely love the ZeroTier one team & their software. This app could use some polishing but anyone interested in setting up their own virtual network and cutting edge software defined networking should check this out. Best part is ALL of it is free unless your enterprise
Horrible and Not Reliable
This app works best when it is turned off and not relied on. The VPN connection drops about every 2 minutes and takes about 10 tries to connect. Oh....and according to support, its my cellular or internet connection so when I tried getting on using an Ethernet connection I got................wait for it..............wait for it..........ohhhhhh, wait for it.............the same poor and unreliable connection. Nah, its not the applications fault, its the developers that couldn’t figure out how to make it work well.
Works great - easy too
I use this to access some select computers away from home. Remarkably useful for a VLAN. I didn’t know how useful one could be until I used this free one!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.