(PRWEB) July 04, 2013
proXPN has finally released an IOS app version. Previously available on Windows platforms, this personal VPN is now ensuring that IOS users can easily and quickly access the same levels of security that other proXPN enabled platforms have been facilitating.
As a personal VPN, proXPN provides browsers with high level security that encrypts one's data and makes their IP anonymous to the public. A highly advisable tool especially for browsers operating in a public network, this application additionally provides access to country IP blocked sites while securing them from curious or malicious online users.
The high level of security enabled by VPN technology ensure that online activity, browser history, banking details, geographical tracking, online messages and passwords cannot be intercepted due to the application overriding the assigned IP address with a selection of its own.
Compatible with the OpenVPN app for Android and iOS platforms and manually configurable as well, proXPN can now be set up fast and easily via the recently released iOS app. One can chose to set up a free account or a premium one that has no bandwidth restrictions, although collectively both accounts provide the same degree of privacy, customer support, security and ease of use. A simple application to set up from the Apple app store, simply visit https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/proxpn-vpn/id546557458?mt=8.
Founded in 2009, proXPN is a leading VPN provider. Unlike other services, they offer free accounts. Unlike the SaaS standard practice of time-based trials, a proXPN VPN account lasts for life and is limited only by connection speed. proXPN Premium account users enjoy unlimited connection speeds as well as advanced features such as PPTP compatibility for mobile devices and VPN Guard™, proXPN’s method of cutting all data transfer should the VPN connection fail, ensuring all data is encrypted during transmission even if there’s a system error. proXPN’s firm stance on the importance of individual privacy and security online mirrors public sentiment expressed during debates over SOPA and PIPA.