Onion Browser Is An Encrypted Mobile Browser For iOS

iOS: Private browsing isn’t too difficult on a desktop computer, but keeping your web travels anonymous on an iPhone is a bit more difficult. If you want to hide your every move, Onion Browser is an app that uses Tor proxy servers to hide your activities from ISPs, other Wi-FI connections and more.

We’ve talked about ways to Tor in Chrome and Firefox before, and Onion Browser uses the same basic premise. It tunnels your browsing through a Tor proxy server so websites don’t see your IP address, and it encrypts all of your information before it leaves your device. Loading pages in Onion Browser takes a lot longer than normal, but you’ll be completely anonymous when you’re doing it. Onion Browser is a 99¢ download for iPhone and iPad.

Onion Browser [iTunes App Store via Geek]

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