This Mobile Browser Offers You A Free Unlimited VPN With Maximum Privacy and Security


Aloha Browser

A virtual private network (VPN) is a service that keeps your browsing the Internet safe, secure and anonymous. It shields your browsing activities from prying eyes on public Wi-Fi and lets you bypass censorship or gain access to region-restricted websites.

There are plenty of free VPNs available for your pick including those recommended in this article Best Free VPN, some of these services perform system-wide or work as an extension to specific browsers on your computer.

In addition to the above choices of VPNs, you may also have been aware of the desktop version of Opera browser that already has a built-in VPN so that you don't need another extension. However, the mobile version of Opera does not have a VPN built in yet as it currently offers a separate Opera VPN app.

If you need a mobile browser that has a built-in VPN, try Aloha Browser instead.

Aloha comes in with free unlimited VPN service that provides you with maximum privacy and security, plus many other great features that you may find very useful. Grab it on your Android or iOS mobile devices for free.

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I might try this, just to see if Netflix will let me access their site using it.

I have to deactivate my VPN on my desktop PC to access Netflix.

Originally i thought that it was just because the VPN was identifying me as coming from a country where Netflix is not available - it turns out that even if the VPN is saying i'm coming from my actual hometown in the US i can't connect to Netflix until i deactivate it.

I sent this off to my friend in China and he reported back that " Kept asking me to allow installation of VPN but nowhere to activate."

Can this be used on Kindle fire

All of these free VPNs are a joke. They offer no real privacy. They make their money by selling data they collect from your browsing. If you want actual privacy you have to pay for it as nobody can offer something for free. Plus, if it doesn't slow your connection enough to be noticeable then it isn't really doing anything. Free ones may be able to allow you to spoof your location enough to allow access to region specific content, but that's about it. Anyone who tells you different is either lying or doesn't have any idea what they are talking about.

If you don't believe me do some research on the subject.

Thank you Jojo. I'll give this a try. After getting an Android phone, it was disappointing that Opera didn't offer a mobile browser with VPN.

This was a pleasant discovery!
All the VPN related free stuff i've tried so far were just cranky slow.
Not so with Aloha!

Thank you Jojo!

You're welcome danielson. Hope this helps.