Mozilla has launched its full-fledged VPN application after the limited public beta testing. The Mozilla VPN is now available in United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, and Malaysia. It currently supports Windows, Android, ChromeOS, iOS, and iPadOS platforms. Support for Mac and Linux not available at the moment.
Mozilla VPN is a paid VPN application, and requires a subscription of USD 4.99 per month. This makes sense as running a public VPN service is expensive for the providers.
Private and Fast
Mozilla claims that its VPN service doesn’t log or track users’ activities. Moreover, it uses advanced WireGuard VPN protocol for data encryption. WireGuard offers optimized code for faster and much-secured encryption, which results in faster data transfer over the VPN.
The Mozilla VPN has no bandwidth restrictions and a user can connect up to 5 devices simultaneously. It offers 280+ servers in 30+ countries to hide identity and connect from a preferred location.
As mentioned above Mozilla VPN is currently available in just six countries including the US. The stable version of Mozilla VPN is available on Windows 10 64-bit and Android (and hence, Chromebooks). Its iOS app is still in beta, while the macOS and Linux applications are coming soon. The supported applications can be downloaded from the official website of Mozilla.