A new browser on the App Store has brought the Tor network to the iPad. Tor, a free and open network, is primarily been used to obfuscate online communications by preventing websites from tracking browsing tendencies across the Internet.

Covert Browser, a third party browser on the App Store, brings these types of practices directly to the iPad, along with 128bit AES Encryption, and an IP randomizer that changes every few minutes, both of which are attempts at maintaining your privacy.

There’s not much else to say, but should you find yourself wishing you had a more private and secure browsing experience on your iPad, you should definitely check out Covert Browser.

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