Ten Best Android VPNs To Browse Anonymously 2019 | By Vanessa Seward

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Ten Best Android VPNs To Browse Anonymously 2019

Your computer remains under constant threat of hack. Bad actors exist online who want to pry into your data. Incognito browsing only protects so much. Instead, add a virtual private network (VPN) to protect your computer from harm. It protects your online privacy and data security.
Despite their usefulness, most people have not used a VPN, reported PC Magazine. In a 2018 survey conducted by the international magazine, 71 percent of respondents indicated they had never used a VPN. In another 2018 survey, 52 percent of the respondents said they “do or would need a VPN for security purposes.”
One of the biggest dangers to your data is the use of public WiFi networks which does not mean you should not use them. It means you should learn to safely use them. On top of using a VPN, ask the name of the official WiFi for a shop or store, so you know which to choose. Most chains use a sign in page. Starbucks, for example, as well as Target and McDonald’s, all have official Web pages that feature a usage agreement that you must accept before using.

The Best VPNs of 2019

The VPN market remains flooded with products and it seems that every week, new ones get released. That’s why we put together this quick guide for you on the best of the 2019 VPNs.

1. Surfshark VPN

SurfShark provides the most features for the best price. You can access the VPN from unlimited devices and the VPN works with virtually any operating system. It provides a feature rich app available from the Google Play Store.

2. NordVPN

Nord VPN offers a plethora of servers so you always have an easy time connecting. It provides an intuitive, feature rich client. While this article refers to Android apps, Nord works on every major operating system. Plus, when you subscribe to it, you may access the NordVPN from six devices.

3. Private Internet Access VPN

Private Internet Access (PIA) also works on computers and phones across operating systems. The service has no data caps and it respects users privacy. It doesn’t snoop on user data. It uses servers worldwide to provide local or regional access. You can subscribe by the month or annually to PIA.

4. TunnelBear VPN

Look past the silly cuteness of TunnelBear VPN’s cartoon bears. It offers an easy to use interface at an affordable price. TunnelBear allows users access to any server on its network, but you are limited to 500MB to 1GB per month. This VPN won the Editors' Choice award from PC Magazine.

5. CyberGhost VPN

CyberGhost boasts some of the best security among VPNs. The feature rich app lets you connect multiple devices at once. It costs more for a monthly subscription than others.

6. TorGuard VPN

TorGuard VPN works great for BitTorrent seeders and leechers who want added security for their web traffic. While the app offers a ton of features related to security, the interface is clunky and hard to use.

7. IPVanish VPN

IPVanish VPN provides a highly secure environment, but its user interface is a bit clunky and tough to use. It’s a good value for those who need strong security, but there is a learning curve.

8. ExpressVPN

If you need comprehensive VPN service, ExpressVPN provide it. The VPN has servers scattered across the globe and a feature rich interface. Other VPNs let you connect more devices at once though.

9. Symantec Norton Secure VPN

It is easy to put trust in such a well known name as Symantec Norton. While their security products are well-known, the Norton Secure VPN does not offer advanced security features and you cannot use BitTorrent with it. It does have flexible pricing options.

10. ProtonVPN

You’ll get serious security from ProtonVPN, but it has fewer servers in less diverse locations. You can choose from three server locations. It does offer a free version of the app and service. It also places no data restrictions on its users – even the free ones. It limits you to a single device at a time. This VPN goes to great lengths to protect customer privacy.
Although more than 60 percent of users expect a VPN to cost nothing, but quality costs money. Few of the VPNs mentioned here offer free versions, but they do provide high quality service for a small investment. Try our favorite, SurfShark VPN for top notch service at a low price.

Source:

https://www.pcmag.com/roundup/296955/the-best-vpn-services
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.surfshark.vpnclient.android&hl=en_US
https://surfshark.com/download/android
https://bestvaluevpn.com/comparison-chart/android?utm_campaign=bing-en-us&msclkid=eb508fca81f7181959f0d2fcfb40df03&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=vpn%20best%20android&utm_content=android%20vpn

August 19, 2019

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Actually using Nord Vpn and generally I like it. The most important thing for me is no log policy, what I also appreciate is that they accept bitcoin and don’t require your personal information… The app is nice and easy to use on all major platforms (using it on macOS and android).

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