Onion Browser

Onion Browser

Onion Browser is the original free and open-source Tor-powered web browser for iOS. Onion Browser helps you access the internet with more safety and privacy, and no extra cost to you.

“The best Tor-related offering on iOS right now is Onion Browser” - The Daily Dot, October 14, 2015.

Featured in: The New York Times, The Guardian, Salon, TechCrunch, Gizmodo, Boing Boing, Lifehacker, Macworld, The Daily Dot, & others.

FEATURES:
• Browse the internet over Tor:
- Protect your privacy from website tracking
- Secure your traffic from insecure wireless networks and ISPs
- Support for HTTPS Everywhere, an automatic switch to HTTPS enabled websites
- Access .onion sites that are only accessible over Tor.

• Fight online tracking: block scripts and automatically clear cookies and tabs, based on your preferences.

• And more privacy-enhancing features!

DISCLAIMERS:
- Web browsing is much slower than through a normal web browser or a VPN because your traffic is encrypted and relayed through the Tor network.

- Multimedia often bypass Tor and compromise your privacy; video files and video streams are blocked by default and are not supported by Onion Browser.

- Onion Browser might not work on networks with advanced network restrictions. If the app does not connect, try using bridges (or a different type of bridge), force-quit, and then restart the app.

- Use of Onion Browser is at your own risk; remember that sensitive data does not always belong on a mobile device.

** Onion Browser is free and open-source software. You can read more about Onion Browser and how to support development of Tor on iOS by visiting onionbrowser.com **

What's New

Major changes are listed below. Full issue list can be found at https://github.com/OnionBrowser/OnionBrowser/issues and the log of code changes since 2.2.0 can be found at https://bitly.com/onionbrowser-221

* New "start up in last state" feature, which remembers open tabs. (#134)

* New "open in background tab" feature (#154, #158)

* FIXED: Fixed behavior of content blocking; "strict" should now properly allow static images. (#123)

* FIXED: Corrected display issues on iPad. (#169)

* FIXED: The documented in-app purchase had been missing for a few versions.

* Updated localizations for many languages. Updated some App Store localizations and screenshots. (#163, #189, #197)

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