The ProtonVPN Beta Program gives you early access to new VPN features and updates that our team is working on.

All users can enable the Beta Program for our Windows, macOS, or Android VPN app.

As a community supported VPN service, we are here to serve you and we take your feedback very seriously. That’s why we always strive to let the community participate in product development and decide how ProtonVPN should evolve. Whether it’s letting you choose where to put new VPN servers or inviting you to help improve new apps, we take your feedback seriously.

We have already implemented our Android Beta Program for ProtonVPN. Today, we are expanding the ProtonVPN Beta Program to also include our macOS and Windows clients. The Beta Program gives you early access to new servers, UI updates, stability improvements, and more. Whenever our developers release new versions of these applications to our team for internal testing, you will receive updates at the exact same time. We are doing this so we can get your feedback about new features and product changes earlier, and take your input into account for the public releases.

How to enable the ProtonVPN Beta Program

The Beta Program is not enabled by default. To get early access to new updates, follow the instructions at the links below:

When new versions of your ProtonVPN client are available, you’ll be prompted to automatically update the app. Of course, you can manually check for updates by following the instructions here.

And, of course, we welcome your feedback about beta updates! You can contact the Support team at (recommended) or by emailing us at This way, we can make changes to ProtonVPN to better serve the community.

Together, we’re building the best VPN available. Thank you for your support.

Best Regards,
The ProtonVPN Team

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