Orchid: Secure Networking

Orchid: Secure Networking for PC and Mac

Published by Orchid Labs on 2023-05-01

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 11.0
  • Category: Utilities
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 0.9.43
  • File size: 67.69 MB

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Orchid: Secure Networking Features and Description

1. Orchid is a VPN client, crypto-powered VPN service and advanced network security tool.

2. Using Orchid, you get access to a network of VPN providers all in one app.

3. Orchid is an Open Source project and we respect users privacy.

4. While using Orchid, you only pay for what you use.

5. Our vision is to enable secure access to the internet for everyone, everywhere.

6. There are no monthly fees.

7. When you turn the app off, you are not charged anything.

8. We have no tracking in our application.


  • - Well priced
  • - Works as intended
  • - Clean UI
  • - Easy to purchase on the app
  • - Decentralized VPN
  • - Impressive improvements

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Orchid: Secure Networking - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By JC 😶

    Lost me

    So I was all in for a project like this that is geared toward protecting privacy; that’s a big deal that we should all care about, right? But then I listened to a few minutes of a recent Orchid podcast where the guest was an admittedly far-left liberal who is all about shutting down “misinformation” and basically shaming anyone that does not agree with her version of “science”. News flash: there’s a plethora of information that is all science-backed that can give a different perspective to even a far-left liberal if they take the time to read or listen. What a shame that a privacy-centric company that says they believe in privacy and individual rights, would promote that only far left liberal science is real. A total let down. Your user base does not have to be only far left liberals, unless that’s who you want to market to. And in that case, your middle-of-the-road or more conservative customers can take their business to where it is welcome.

  • By Skyehigh007

    I like it

    I’m no expert with the hops and all that (maybe and a section to explain) but I know it’s covering my basic browsing. Usually have to turn it off to even watch Netflix. Well priced, I’ve always been sweet on oxt so I’m a little biased but the vpn does work and I’m surprised I stuck with it

  • By Future Tomorrow

    Clearer documentation + better UX/UI needed

    My OXT balance in MetaMask somehow got locked up, though I don’t recall initiating any staking. If I try and transfer any amount I get “insufficient balance”. I have more than enough OXT and ETH. I think it’s how it draws the balance for the app to work. Adding more OXT to MetaMask just locks up that amt as well, there is no distinction between a tradable vs reserved balance. I think they’re trying to get there but the UI looks wonky and the UX could have done a better job of accomplishing MVP tasks. Deleting the app is probably not what you want to do, especially if you had a paid account with a balance you hadn’t used yet. I seemed to have lost access to my previous account, hence why this may appear as a new review vs editing the one I left about 1hr ago and the app asks for details to create a new account or access an old one. I ended up getting the OXT out, which is what I was trying to do to begin with. I had to go through Uniswap, which looks like first it created a contract to control the OXT, then allowed me to swap it for ETH. I think I’ll leave this one alone for a while. Needs work.

  • By Rawrfael

    Not user friendly at all

    I own some of this crypto and I really believe in the idea, but the problem is that the app isn’t friendly enough to reach a larger audience. It needs to be refined. They should define some of the language within the app so that people don’t feel like they’re reading a foreign language. Also offering insight as to where to find a Wiregaurd (or any!) config file for properly setting up your connection would make sense if you want to build a larger userbase. Seriously, this app isn’t for everyone and even though I’m sure you are all capable of figuring it out, I’m sure that most of you will find another less difficult solution to your privacy concerns.

  • By Mojo-XD

    Quality Private VPN, Although Performance Varies

    I LOVE this VPN. It’s crypto powered, so it’s anonymous, and it’s fully open source so you can verify that the software collects no logs, none, nothing, nada. My only problem is that performance varies a lot and sometimes is barely usable, although this is improving. It’s also very cheap, and there’s no subscriptions, only pay for what you use. Dip your toes in for just $US 1, which has lasted me a little more than a month on two devices, but this will depend on your usage. Overall, give it a go, it’s private, secure, and cheap.

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