Easy Way To Get Unlimited Warp+ Data (Bonus Tip)

A few days ago, I created a web app that you can use to get unlimited Warp+ data.

“But why? There are already some Python scripts released on GitHub.”

The problem is, they’re not user friendly, especially for mobile users. It’s just way too complicated to run the script. You have to install Termux, then Python, then clone repository.

But it doesn’t have to be that hard. I created a web app everyone can access easily.

How To Get Unlimited Warp+ Data?

Warp-plus-gui site
  1. Open https://warp-plus.deathlyf.com on your favorite web browser.
  2. Enter your client ID. You can get this from your app.
  3. Click the submit button.
  4. You’ll get your 1GB data in a few seconds.
Warp+ 1GB notification


Yes, you can just refresh the webpage to get another 1GB. You can do this as much as you want. Or, you can install an auto-refresh extension.

Bonus Tip

You can add the web app to your home screen. This allows you to get a GB by clicking a button.

Warp-plus-gui site
  1. Open https://warp-plus.deathlyf.com using your favorite web browser.
  2. Claim using the steps provided above. You’ll notice that the URL changes.
  3. Depending on your web browser, you should click the “Add to home screen” button.
  4. A button will show up on your home screen. Every time you click it, a browser will open and you’ll get 1GB Warp+ Data.


If you’re a programmer, you can access the API easily.

GET https://warp-plus.deathlyf.com/getjson?uid=<Client ID>

You should get a JSON response indicating if the request is successful or not, and whether a proxy is used or not.

{"success": true, "proxy": true}

How To Host?

The site is currently hosted by me. If you want to host it on your own, which I’m 100% sure no one wants to, you can. You can clone the repository from GitHub: deathlyface/warp-plus-gui.

Since it’s a Flask web app, you’ll need to have Python installed. Download and install Python3 from python.org/downloads.

You will also need to install the dependencies. Open a command-line on the repository folder, then run:

pip install -r requirements.txt

You can edit the configuration file warp_config.py to enable or disable proxy.

Finally, run the flask web app using:

flask run

Support Me

Unfortunately, hosting a Flask site isn’t free. Free Python hosting like Heroku and PythonAnywhere blocks requests to Cloudflare’s API, even with proxy enabled.

By supporting me, you’ll keep the site exists and allows me to publish more free and open-source software.

If you wish to donate, click the button on the sidebar. Thanks.

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