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    Hi there,


    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.


    Installation Instructions:

    1. Download the Beta Build
    2. In Terminal, run this command:
      1. 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…
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    We have now taken this feature live on our latest Windows app!

    How does it work?

    Just click on the ‘Change Server’ and get a new one from the same location. It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!

    Thank you all for your valuable feedback that allows us to make our product better for you :)

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    Hi there,


    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.


    Installation Instructions:

    1. Download the Beta Build
    2. In Terminal, run this command:
      1. 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…
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    Rafael commented  · 

    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)

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