Cloak 3.0

A VPN for iOS. Browse safely on public WiFi.

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Philip I. Thomas@philipithomas · Co-founder at moonlight
I consider Cloak something that is easy enough for my mother to use, but that delivers substantial security value. I use it on my laptop and phone. For the phone specifically - there are few protections against attacks on wifi, e.g. sniffing, monitoring, or DNS poisoning, so I consider Cloak essential. Having it disable on trusted networks makes it much better than most other VPNs on the market.
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@philipithomas Thanks Philip -- this is really nice to hear!
Seth Louey@sethlouey · 🙌 2017 & 2016 Maker of the Year Nominee
@philipithomas, @dangerdave needs to put that quote on the Cloak website. :)
Tom Webb@techtom10
@philipithomas I've started the trial. How does it work? I'm at an Air Bnb and the host has wifi with no password. I've only been asked if I trust this network but what's to stop someone connecting to the router and getting my information? I'm new to this vpn stuff.
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Nice update to Cloak for iOS 9. It's also available for the Mac. More details in their blog post.
Seth Louey@sethlouey · 🙌 2017 & 2016 Maker of the Year Nominee
@rrhoover Wow. this is great UI work and a fantastic app. The best part is the multiple device feature.
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@sethlouey Thanks, all! @robinsonetc is one of my co-founders and the prime mover behind Cloak's design. All glory goes to him; all yuck goes to me. :-)
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
I use this each time I travel or work on public wifi. love it. What's new @dangerdave ?
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@mscccc Cloak 3 for iOS 9 is the (iOS) VPN app we've always wanted to build but couldn't before. The objective with version 3 was to remove everything that annoyed us (and our customers) about the previous version, particularly the "sync settings" behavior.
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
@dangerdave that was always a bit annoying. Love it! 😍
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@mscccc I had other shorter words than "annoying" to describe it. :-)
Menj@menjilx · Designer & Developer
any plan for android app?
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@himenjil Nothing to announce but we certainly haven't forgotten about Android. (Or Windows. :-)
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@menjvillalobos It's been a while but -- big news -- we're actively working on native apps for both Android *and* Windows. Cheers!
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@menjxo One last update -- the first public beta of Cloak for Android is now available! Feel free to grab it here https://play.google.com/store/ap... and definitely do let us know how it works for you. Cheers.
Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · CodenameDjango, CEO/ isai (VC)
they could probably do also ad blocking. do you know what is their model? is this some type of onavo like?
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@ourielohayon Ad blocking is certainly something we keep our eyes on. We knew that iOS 9 was going to shake things up here so we've been taking a wait-and-see approach. It feels like a different product entirely, so we may just settle for recommending one to our users. We're in the "bootstrapped profitable and proud" category, so our model is to build good tools that people find useful.
Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · CodenameDjango, CEO/ isai (VC)
@dangerdave i don t think you should recommend a 3rd party. you should build yours
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@ourielohayon It does feel like a natural fit.
Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · CodenameDjango, CEO/ isai (VC)
@dangerdave specially with peace being out now
Dave PeckMaker@dangerdave · Founder, GetCloak.com
@ourielohayon Yeah, bananas about Peace. One of the things we struggled with was whether it would be ethical to _charge_ for an ad blocker, particularly on a recurring basis. My feeling is probably not; we'd probably make it available whether or not you had a paid account.