Mozilla today announced that its Firefox Private Network (FPN), which allows you to encrypt your Firefox connections, is in an expanded beta after several months of relatively limited testing in the Firefox Pilot test program. However, this beta version is only available to users in the US and the free service is currently limited to 12 hours of encrypted browsing on the Firefox desktop version. You also need a Firefox account to use the extension.
More interesting, however, is that Mozilla is also working on a more comprehensive device-level VPN service that encrypts all your data, surfing the web, and using the app on all Windows 1
The introductory price is $ 4.99 per month. This is the first service for which Mozilla charges users directly. However, these prices are likely to change as Mozilla learns what users are willing to pay for and as the service evolves. Considering the fact that running a VPN involves high costs, it makes sense that the company can not offer it for free.
Also new today is an update for Firefox Preview, the next generation mobile browser based on its own GeckoView engine. and picture-in-picture support for all video sites in Firefox Desktop. Firefox Preview is the publicly available trial version of a new version of Firefox for Android. The highlight here is that Firefox Preview now has improved tracking protection, similar to its desktop counterparts, in addition to other new features such as a new Android Start screen search widget and a redesigned send tab for sending tabs or Tab collections to other devices.