Mozilla brings its VPN to Mac and Linux
Finally, Mozilla VPN has been launched for macOS and Linux platforms. The VPN was initially launched for Windows and Android in July. Later it was also introduced for iOS.
Mozilla VPN is now available in six countries — the US, Canada, the UK, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia. Soon, it will also be available in other countries.
The VPN can be used on phones, computers, and tablets. You will have to purchase a subscription that covers up to five devices.
If you compare Mozilla VPN with other VPNs, it seems one of the cheapest offerings in the market. Mozilla also claims that Mozilla VPN uses fewer lines of code than other VPNs, hence it is faster than rivals.
Mozilla VPN still lacks in the number of servers. It claims to have more than 280 servers across 30 countries. The service uses WireGuard device-level encryption and doesn’t log your activity It also offers unrestricted bandwidth.