Add GUI for Linux App
Hassan here from PureVPN, I am very excited to let you know that we are launching a GUI version of PureVPN’s Linux App in Beta!
We’ve selected you as one of the first to experience it.
- Download the Beta Build
- In Terminal, run this command:
- sudo apt install ~/Downloads/PureVPN_1.0.0_amd64.deb
What you’re going to experience:
- The new PureVPN Linux GUI app eliminates the need for command-line input. PureVPN’s simple and familiar user interface makes internet privacy and security easy.
- One-click dashboard VPN connection.
- PureVPN offers various locations worldwide. Connect via VPN to any country/city of your choice.
- The app lets you examine and manage account details. View and manage PureVPN subscriptions.
- We’re launching the PureVPN GUI App with OpenVPN functionality; you can connect via TCP or UDP.
While using the PureVPN Linux GUI App, I would love you to focus on and share feedback about:
- Connection health and performance
- Are you able to connect to VPN easily?
- How are the download speeds & browsing experience after connecting VPN?
- Does your connection drop automatically?
- App performance
- How does the App feel?
- Is it smooth and functional?
- Is it stable?
Issues to fix:
- The scroll down button on the location screen is not highlighted.
- While establishing VPN connection there is a chance of DNS leak.
You can share your feedback using this form or just reply back to this email. I would also love for you to join us in the beta community on Slack or Discord.
Coming soon to the PureVPN Linux GUI App:
- More protocol support
- Deeper location management tools
- Addons support
- Advanced preferences
- And much more!
I am looking forward to your feedback! :)
Hello, so I'm a Linux user and i believe it would be much more practical and productive if the CLI App version had a graphic user interface too. I'm using Linux Mint (Based on Debian and Ubuntu)
I have been using the Purevpn client for both Windows and Andriod, but you do not tell people that there is no gui for Linx, but only CLI access. One of the reasons I have avoided Linux is the massive reliance on the CLI. You might improve sales by creating an easy to use gui like the other systems. Your Linux implimentation is very frustrating, and not well explained for newbies to Linux.
Lowell Shim commented
A GUI for Ubuntu like the Windows version would make it easier to use.