If you make use of Mozilla VPN often, you’re going to get extra features in your VPN app. These two news features is focused on securing your data and allowing you to connect to local devices without much hassle.
Mozilla’s VPN Service
In case you’re a new customer in here, Mozilla offers a VPN service under the name Mozilla VPN. It was introduced in 2020, and many platforms including Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS could use this service.
It’s a subscription-based VPN where you pay a fixed monthly fee to avail the VPN features.
Presently, you can use Mozilla VPN in the US, the UK, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, and Malaysia.
New Features in Mozilla’s VPN Service
Mozilla announced in its blog that it’s including two new features to its VPN service.
“Today, we’re launching two new features to give you an added layer of protection with our trusted Mozilla VPN service. Mozilla has a reputation for building products that help you keep your information safe.”
Turn VPN On on Weak Networks
Quick info of one of the new features in Mozilla VPN is that you can now quickly enable the VPN when you’re on a weak network.
When Mozilla VPN is running on your device, and your device connects to a network that has no password protection or has weak encryption, the VPN will ask you to enable the service.
Connect to Other Devices on the Local Network
Before now, we had to disconnect fomr the VPN if we wanted to connect to a device on the local network. You don’t have to worry about that anymore because Mozilla’s new feature changes all that.
This new feature now adds a checkbox to Mozilla VPN. When you enable this box, you can connect to the devices on your local network without having to switch off the VPN service.