OrNET - Private Onion Browser

OrNET - Private Onion Browser

By Free VPN Fast VPN

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2018-01-25
  • Current Version: 1.0.11
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 56.27 MB
  • Developer: Free VPN Fast VPN
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 38,099 Ratings

Description

OrNET Browser is the best FREE app featuring a high performance TOR powered browser. OrNET Browser has been engineered on the latest technology of tor network which has been designed for faster and more secure access to dark web as well as unblock any website. Characteristic to TOR, your browsing history or search terms are not archived/saved or indexed by search engines (DuckDuckGo.com). The TOR Network protects you by bouncing your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world: it prevents somebody watching your browsing history as well as your physical location. A must app to use on public Wifi networks. Enjoy all these features for FREE: - Secure internet access tunneled over the Tor network. - Websites you visit will not detect your real IP address. - ISPs and insecure public wifi networks won't be able to sniff your browsing. - Access .onion websites from deep web, which are only accessible through the TOR network. - Modern web browsing capability with tab controls, and popover detection and blocking capabilities. UNLIMITED PRO : For just $0.99, enjoy premium features on top of FREE features: - Ads-Free experience. - Unlimited session time and high bandwidth tunneling. - Personalized and priority Support. Have you found a bug, got a suggestion, or want a new feature? Email us at: support@starkvpn.com Privacy Policy: https://www.starkvpn.com/app/tor/privacy.html Note: This app is not affiliated with the The Tor Project.

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Reviews

  • Not private!!!!

    1
    By chase d w
    I was just about to look up something for a birthday party privately as my parents check all my browsing history daily and a tab came up saying Sorry. you Aren’t Browsing Privately. Followed by my IP address. This most likely means my parents now see the history. To hell with tor if it lies about privacy.
  • Ads don’t end when you buy a subscription

    1
    By dhsuyhebdkanbdbd
    I’ve never had so many ads on a FREE service as I’ve had on this paid one. Tried their customer service email twice without response. Next step is contacting my credit card to get the annual fee refunded.
  • Good drugs

    5
    By Dhdhdhdhdn
    I like the drugs and guns offered. Come to school tomorrow.
  • Not worth it

    1
    By fickwick38
    Says 7 day free trial but they billed me on the second day. Slow, connection is hit or mis and it constantly freezes up. Definitely a rip off!
  • Great browser no more

    1
    By ConnectionError
    Removed ads after writing review but now that is all undone. Ads are unbearably bad. Deleted from iPhone! Goodbye!
  • Does not use Tor

    1
    By Airliners321
    This app doesn’t connect over Tor network. Just behaving like a normal browser.
  • Nothing loads

    1
    By Ironmac01
    Not a single .onion site will load. This browser is junk.
  • Lame

    1
    By TheMadCow
    So, thought I’d try this app out. I scroll down, see that if I like it, I can upgrade to the PRO version for $.99. Nice. I took it for a spin. With my VPN active, it wasn’t lighting up any of the onion links I was feeding it. Maybe it’s just slow. I go to upgrade in Preferences and all its showing is subscriptions starting at $3.99/month. WTH? Took a screen snap showing the $.99 PRO upgrade price on the App Store. Going to submit to Apple. This is such bait and switch.
  • Sorry. You are not using Tor

    1
    By f. this, Android's def better
    First thing I always do when connecting through a tor client is verifying through the Tor project's website, and when using this app, I have no anonymity and no way to configure Tor from within the application, at least not without paying for pro which ruins the whole point of a free Tor app. I'm not sure if I'm an outlier in not connecting, but the fact there's not even a basic "new identity" button like official Tor browser has gives me a bad impression
  • Paying doesn’t remove ads

    1
    By Johnny673
    They claim a subscription removes ads, but even with an active subscription the ads still pop up just as frequently as the free version.

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