Or2Web: Tor-powered VPN for Anonymous Web Browsing

Or2Web: Tor-powered VPN for Anonymous Web Browsing

By Omar Mody

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2017-06-14
  • Current Version: 1.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 68.94 MB
  • Developer: Omar Mody
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 18 Ratings


Or2Web is a system wide Tor client. It is based on Apple new Network Extension framework thus allowing you to connect directly to the anonymization network. It proxies all HTTP/HTTPS traffic (including video/audio) via TOR. Not only that all DNS request also go thru Tor. No third-party VPN in between, No Subscription, No Account Setup. App connects directly to TOR. ANONYMOUS Use with any web browser including Chrome, Firefox, Safari to access any website, even if the website is normally blocked or monitored. You can even connect to the dark web (.onion sites). FREEDOM Bypass corporate/ISP/national/school internet filters and censors and access the entire Internet freely. Access websites like Facebook or Instagram from school or bypass your company firewall. SIMPLE One button "CONNECT", no special configuration needed. Use it right out of the box. BRIDGES Use the built in bridges configuration to bypass country level filtering by one-click bridge configuration REQUIREMENTS The app requires devices with a 64-bit processor. Following devices are supported: iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7s Plus, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPod touch 6 SUPPORT If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email. We usually respond to most emails within 24-hours. Important Notes: - This product uses the Tor distributed networks is produced independently from the Tor(r) anonymity software and carries no guarantee from The Tor Project about quality, suitability or anything else.



  • Like Privoxy for your iPhone

    By Doom451
    Very compact and easy to use. Has built in ad blocking. What more could you want? Oh and you don't have to bolster it to your Mac to get privacy. The only problem I have is you have to leave the app open in the background for it to work, which can drain your battery. It also has this annoying little glitch in which it will sometimes tell you the app will close in ~30 seconds from lack of use. I think this is OS related though (thanks Tim Cook for constantly breaking stuff I like), restarting your iPhone usually fixes it. P.S. I'm not sure why you renamed this app (used to be called OnionVPN) but it caused me a lot of confusion in finding the latest version. Just a heads up for your future apps.
  • Awesome

    By JesusLover53846729
    It works awesome. It changes my IP address and lets me access .onion sites. Free version is not as good because it gives you limited vpn.
  • Seems to work

    By madkins77
    Slow but seems to work.
  • Unreliable & annoying

    By LeGuy42
    It was easy to start and very easy to pay for the upgrade, but I had trouble with the app from the start. Trouble that buying the pro upgrade promised to fix. I keep seeing the pop up prompting me to reopen the app while I'm trying to stream a show on another app. I see the vpn is running but it's telling me it will shut off if the app isn't reopened. It's driving me a little crazy. Wish I hadn't paid the, for the pro upgrade now.
  • What's with the name change?

    By otterman
    Privacy concern in a privacy-protecting app??! I downloaded this update and now the app title is PacketSniffer. This is concerning! I'm vaguely familiar with them and what they do, enough so that I searched for the term. Here's what one site said: "A packet sniffer is not just a hacker's tool. It can be used for network troubleshooting and other useful purposes." The site gives an example of a nefarious use: "If Ms. Wise on Computer A sends an email to Mr. Geek on Computer B, software set up on Computer D could passively capture their communication packets without either Ms. Wise or Mr. Geek knowing." I'm deleting the app until there's an update and the developer confirms there is no funny stuff going on.
  • Works well for casual users

    By CryptoCombat
    You can use this to visit .onion hidden services even in safari. This app establishes a vpn connection on your device which routes requests through a Privoxy Tor Bridge. So your traffic really is sent over Tor. It may be intercepted between the vpn connection and Tor, however. Recently established/moved (~< 4 hours) hidden services will not work, though, implying some kind of caching mechanism (defeating part of Tor's fundamental operation). Additionally, fthnmr's concerns are valid as to anonymity.
  • 100% functional

    By fthnmr
    Can access .onion links perfectly. I wouldn't recommend it for anonymity (as with any VPN) though due to the smaller userbase browsing from mobile, and also considering background apps & services transmitting data over the networks. Perhaps a browser user-agent and device spoofer can help with that. Or maybe my perceived concept on how you could be traced back from those data is wrong.