WiseVPN - Unlimited Free VPN
WiseVPN is a wise and smart VPN proxy App for MacOS & iOS with no registration and unlimited traffic.
* No Registration or Login is needed
* No log is saved from any users
* Simple, one tap connect to VPN
* No credit cards needed
* It connects you to the fastest VPN Server
* More VPN Servers you can choose.
- Anonymous surfing
WiseVPN lets you surf the web anonymously with no concern about being tracked by your ISP or anybody else as your IP will be changed.
- Access websites and apps
WiseVPN gives you access to the entire websites and applications in your country, at school or at work. You can unblock and use Google, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Skype and other social networks.
- Protect privacy and secure your device
WiseVPN secures your device’s connection while you’re connected to public wifi hotspots or any other data networks. It works just like a free proxy but it’s even more secured. Your password and your personal data is secured and you are protected from hacker attacks.
You can be a premium user with even more futures through auto-renewing subscription:
1 Week: $0.99
1 Month: $2.99
1 Quarterly: $7.99
1 Year: $25.99
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase
- No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period
Terms of Service: https://www.wisevpn.net/policies/terms.html
Contact us: https://www.wisevpn.net
Performance and user interface improvements.
Most Helpful Reviews
Doesn’t work - Doesn’t even load
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Is it really VPN? - The macOS version just repeatedly connects and disconnects, in a perpetual loop, until one quits the menu bar app. It doesn't seem to populate the "VPN server address" field in the Network pref pane with the FQDN or IP addr of any VPN server, which might be why. On iOS, it appears to connect, but every "what's my IP" website could still see the WAN IP address of my US-based ISP, rather than the VPN/proxy server's addr. I have to enable "proxy all US website[s]" in order to mask my ISP's IP address. This calls into question whether this is really VPN or not.