Freedome now provides one-button VPN protection for iOS 8 — and Asia

Privacy

This has been a huge week for Freedome.

First we added virtual locations in Hong Kong and Singapore. Then the app became available across Asia. Now we’re fully iOS 8-compatible on day one.

You could use Freedome to protect your private data and choose from 12 different virtual locations on iOS 7. But it could be a hassle, requiring you to switch profiles or possibly lose connection.

On iOS 8, your Freedome VPN connects and stays connected. That’s it.

How does it work? This video walks you through the process of pressing one button and getting on with your life.

This simplicity is now available to a huge percentage of the world’s population that hasn’t had a chance to try out Freedome for free.

“As hundreds of millions of users in Asia are hopping online through their broadband wireless and hundreds of Wi-Fi hotspots covering cafes to airports, mobile users are seeking ways to provide more privacy to their online surfing habits, Freedome will be the answer to this,” our Security Advisor Su Gim Goh said.

Beyond protecting your data when you’re connecting on unsecured networks, Freedome offers anti-tracking protection that cloaks your data from the sites you choose to use.

“Users in Asia today demand their rights to keeping their data private,” he said. “Most important of all, with F-Secure’s Freedome, you’re not leaving digital footprints on websites like online stores and social media sites, making them more untrackable to the aggressive advertising and profiling services on the Internet in this region.”

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I am already in F-Securesafe, is Freedome included in subscription or do I need additional subscription please ?

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