Onion Browser is a Audio & Multimedia::iPod software developed by Mike Tigas. After our trial and test, the software was found to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Onion Browser: Onion Browser is a Tor-powered web browser that helps you access the internet with more privacy.
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? Internet access tunneled over the Tor network:
- Websites do not see your real IP address.
- ISPs and insecure wireless networks cannot see your browsing.
- Access .onion websites -- anonymous "hidden service" sites only accessible through Tor.
- Can access websites, even behind simple types of internet filters and censors. (See NETWORK RESTRICTIONS below.)
? Defeat online tracking: change IP address and clear cookies/history/cache/localstorage in one button.
? User-Agent spoofing option can make it more difficult to detect that you are using an iPhone/iPad.
? Block third party cookies or all cookies.
? Disable active content (scripts and multimedia connections) that can be used to track & identify you.
PERFORMANCE NOTE: web browsing through the anonymization network will be SIGNIFICANTLY SLOWER than through a non-tunneled browser.
VIDEO NOTE: video data is transferred outside Tor due to system limitations and WILL compromise your privacy; video sites are NOT supported and are blocked by default. See onionbrowser.com for more information.
NETWORK RESTRICTIONS: Onion Browser does NOT function in China, Iran, and other locations that use Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) network technology to block Tor. ISPs using similarly advanced filtering/censorship technology may also prevent Onion Browser from working.
Onion Browser is open-source software and relies on other projects including The Tor Project and OpenSSL. More information is available at onionbrowser.com you can download Onion Browser free now.