Private Tunnel VPN

Private Tunnel VPN

By OpenVPN Technologies

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2014-10-23
  • Current Version:
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 23.78 MB
  • Developer: OpenVPN Technologies
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 169 Ratings


Private Tunnel VPN for iOS is a new approach to true Internet security that creates a Virtual Private Network, a VPN that encrypts, hides and protects your Internet traffic. Private Tunnel uses the official Apple VPN API. -------------------------------------------------------- SECURE AND PROTECT YOUR ACCESS: Encrypts data transfer to prevent spoofing and malicious man-in-the-middle attacks CONNECT WHEREVER YOU ARE: Protect your access on the go USE WITH CONFIDENCE: Developed by the OpenVPN team and trusted by enterprise businesses for mission critical applications ----------------------------------------------------------- This is the iOS VPN client for the Private Tunnel VPN service. For connecting to non-Private Tunnel OpenVPN servers, please use OpenVPN Connect for iOS:



  • Excellent app of its kind

    By inetcity
    This app works perfectly. With rapid response support team.
  • Good app free wep loooooooooool

    By Sami Gooda 123123
    Good app free looool
  • No support at all

    By Chuck300475
    Service stopped working and wouldn’t let me reset my password. Five emails to their support staff, not one reply - absolute radio silence. Try a VPN that cares about customer service, not one with a “we have our money, screw you” attitude.
  • Can’t reset my password

    By Jonsie Jay
    I selected the Forgot your Password option, to which it sent me to a screen to type in my email. Once I submitted be request, I was told to expect an email. Well the email had a link to reset my password, however, the link does not work. I requested twice. I am now locked out of my account with way to get back it. Why does the link not work?
  • Pricing scam

    By Jstew318
    I have OpenVPN and as we all know, it never stays connected and is slow. I thought the private edition would help. Saw a nice 7 day free trial, $9.99 a month, after an hour of setting it up, they want to charge a year. I’m filing a complaint with the BBB. That’s really a shady thing to do to someone. Go find a vpn that works, don’t use this lying company.
  • PrivateTunnel is the best yet.

    By tom5304
    I used TunnelBear for a year, and I’ve had ProtonVPN, but PrivateTunnel tops them all so far. My biggest concern with VPNs is consistency of the connection. I don’t worry much about speed, or about where a VPN service is located. I just want a consistent connection, and I want the VPN to reconnect if things do go bad. PrivateTunnel stays connected longer, and reconnects more quickly and automatically, than any of the several other VPNs I’ve tried. PrivateTunnel isn’t for you if you’re breaking the law online, but it gives me the level of privacy I want, at a great price.
  • Don’t typically do this. . .

    By ctoma7
    But, all the negative reviews on this app? Are we sure it’s not user error or network configuration issues or something and not actually in any way related to the functionality of this app? If you have a PrivateTunnel subscription and are logged in, it’s as simple as choosing your virtual server and clicking the big green ‘connect’ button. At least in my experience. The OpenVPN connect app is pretty good, too. If, for example, you have a lifetime plan at ‘AcmeVPN’ and are able to access the OpenVPN configuration files for the service, it’s easy to import them into the OpenVPN connect app (at least it has been since the latest update: That app was not without problems importing valid credentials not too long ago). That app works great now. I have dozens of config files in my Connect app (including the ones I downloaded from my portal, the ones used by this app) and they all work. I can pick the different IP, UDP vs TCP, etc. Plus, it allows you to use the OpenVPN protocol with the ‘AcmeVPN’ service you’re already paying for anyway. Otherwise you’re stuck using the default iOS IKEv2 (not that that’s inherently bad). I digress.
  • Doesn’t work

    By Anjin1011
    It quit working over a month ago. They said a “build” wasn’t working and a fix would be out the next day. That was 2 weeks ago- it still doesn’t work. They no longer respond to my requests for help but they managed to send me a bill to renew the subscription (they charge monthly). I cancelled.
  • Not logging in after sign up

    By thisisjacksparrow
    I signed up but can’t login
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