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Release of revamped IVPN app for iPhones and iPads

Today we are releasing redesigned iOS and iPadOS apps for IVPN. This is the first milestone in our project of rebuilding our applications for better usability and user experience. Why have we opted for redesign? There are specific aspects of the apps we aimed to improve:

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Test the new IVPN apps in our first beta program

Our team is preparing new and revamped IVPN apps for shipping to all customers. Major changes include a redesigned UI on all platforms and the addition of GUI to our Linux app. We invite you to get a sneak peek, test our apps over the next few weeks and help deliver a bug-free release.

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Under the Hood

Insights about Apple App Store Rules for VPN Apps

As VPN developers and maintainers of the iOS VPN app distributed on the App Store, we deal with App Review and many of its peculiarities on a weekly basis. In this post we will look at:

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Releases

Command-line interface for IVPN released

As privacy advocates and technologists we are constantly working on features which we think will improve the user experience of the IVPN apps. Less than a month after the release of the Linux app, we are proud to release a command-line interface (CLI) for the MacOS and Windows apps.

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Releases

Beta IVPN Linux app released

tl;dr: The IVPN Linux CLI app is available for testing - all feedback is welcome. IVPN apps have been available for most major platforms since the release of our iOS app back in 2017. The obvious missing piece was an app for Linux.

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IVPN for Android is now available on F-Droid

This year we are working on projects that increase transparency and offer better privacy protection for our customers. In Febuary we open sourced all our client software and plan doing the same for other parts of our service.

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IVPN News

IVPN applications are now open source

Today we are excited to announce the open sourcing of all IVPN applications (Android, macOS, iOS and Windows) under GPLv3 license. This is a first step in a multi-year plan to open source many parts of our service.

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Releases

Password-less VPN authentication

TL;DR - We no longer require customers to specify a password when connecting to the VPN as we have randomly generated usernames and the password doesn’t affect the security of the VPN tunnel in any way.

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