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June 25, 2017:
Want to know how next-generation Onion Browser development is going? Here's an Onion Browser 2.0 sneak peek, on Patreon. Please consider supporting ongoing development by becoming a Patreon supporter, by using the in-app purchase, or by sending a one-off payment.

June 4, 2017, Onion Browser 1.7.7:
The latest Onion Browser version contains updates to Tor ( and openssl (1.0.2L). Onion Browser now comes with a way to support development of the app, from inside the app — see “Help Fund Onion Browser” inside the main app menu. Other updates in the 1.7 update series include connectivity fixes for IPv6-only networks (like T-Mobile US). Please update in the App Store. If this update is working well for you, please consider leaving a review in the App Store.

As of version 1.7, Onion Browser is now a free app. Read more about it here, and consider backing the project using the buttons at the bottom of the page. Onion Browser was also recently featured on the official Tor Project Blog.

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