- Mozilla launches a VPN service for Android.
- Firefox Private Network VPN is in the invites model.
- Currently, the application is in beta.
Since last year, the popular web browser Mozilla started to offer a VPN Service in its browser and the service is dubbed as Firefox Private Network VPN. Well, now the company finally brought the service for the mobile and the same has launched the network VPN for Android.
Everything about Firefox Private Network VPN
Mozilla has launched a dedicated application for its VPN Service and listed the same on the Google Play store which means the company makes it available for Android users. If you want to try out the new Firefox Private Network VPN then you can download the application from Google Play Store now but remember that the service is currently in the beta stage.
The service is coming with many servers across 30 countries and users can able be used on up to 5 devices simultaneously. It is worth noting that, users will need to pay for full-device VPN service and the same is priced at $4.99 per month during the beta program. The service is powered by Mullvad and uses WireGuard protocol, and the company claims that it doesn’t breach user privacy as it doesn’t log user’s network activity.
Regarding the availability, the VPN service is currently available for Android smartphones and the same is available for invited users in the United States only. But the company said that it will expand the ability to all the parts of the world but did not reveal the exact timeline.
So, that’s all about the new VPN Service of Mozilla and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for further information as well as availability details of dedicated VPN Service.