- Rated 2 out of 5by USER-EXPERIENCEONLY, 21 days ago9-2022: well thanks developers for giving it a name that tells you exactly why you should NOT use it. need to look up the definition of working, since your vpn doesn't work half the time and drops your connection without warning revealing your home IP. Wny not just drop the vpn and connect direct? you can call it whatever you want but "working" hahahahhaha. good luck.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Michael O'Sullivan, 3 months agoWorkingVPN - The VPN that doesn't work. All but two servers removed and even they don't work. This has reached the lousy stage faster than any other VPN addon.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 15100499, a year agoIn many ways Working VPN is superior to other apps that are supposed to be faster and more powerful VPNs. It is as fast as my HP work-station is. This app gives the choice to set the VPN to Canada, France, Deutschland (Germany), the UK or the USA. I tested it by surfing to sites which know who I am -- with Working VPN they did not recognize me.
I've tried several other FIrefox compatible VPN add-on's and have found that they make my internet page loading or down-loads so very slow. I suppose this may be due to how many resources they use -- but in too many cases the provider wants us to buy a license to unlock the full power of their app. I see this as bait and switch which is why I like Working VPN so much. It does what it claims to do.
- Rated 4 out of 5by p, a year agooverall great proxey , however i dont know whats the difference between FF version and chrome version , there are some elements that fails to load on FF but they are ok on chrome. some live feed elements doesnt load on FF using working vpn.