Best VPNs For Android:- VPN is also the most useful type of apps for both android and pc. A while ago I also reviewed Proton VPN for both pc and android phones. This time we will look at some of the best VPN apps for android.
Before moving further let’s have a small intro to VPNs and their usefulness.
VPN, as we know, stands for Virtual Private Network. It is most commonly used to add an extra layer of security and privacy to any private or public network.
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You can hide your IP address and location using any VPN. If any website or online service is banned in your country, then you can browse it by changing location with the help of various VPNs of countries around the world.
Nowadays, we have lots of choices when it comes to choosing a VPN for our android phone or our pc. Some VPNs are paid, some free, others provide with lots of servers and features.
But it will not be hard for you to choose the best VPN after reading this because we will be looking at ten best VPNs for Android.
So, without any further delay, let’s start.
Best VPN For Android
One of the most famous VPN among android users now days is the Express VPN. It has 2500+ servers around 100+ locations. Another thing, this app is really so much user-friendly and it has a clean interface.
It provides you with lots of high-speed server around many locations. But it doesn’t have a kill switch. It is paid but you can try its free trial for some time.
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Ohk! It’s not the best VPN but, its what is used mostly when I needed a VPN. It has 6 free servers to choose from and yeah it’s free.
But if you want more servers, you can also get them by paying a little fee. Besides that, it’s easy to use and has a very clean and user-friendly interface.
Another most famous VPN for android with very user-friendly interface, highly secure network encryptions and high-speed downloads.
“The internet with no borders” – Its tagline. It’s awesome.
It’s free and you can also unlock other servers and features by getting a premium account. They also call it hack-proof. Your browsing will be private through this VPN and it doesn’t leave logs too.
It also has an automatic kill switch.
I still remember the time, when tunnel bear used to be the best VPN for android. Even I am using its chrome extension right now for my laptop whenever I need to browse any banned site in the country.
It’s free but you can also purchase its premium version. It offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. Like other’s, it is also cross-platform and available for Android, iPhone, Windows, and MC.
Another easy to use and a famous VPN for android is Hideman VPN. It has lots of free servers to try. The reason, I recommend it is because it has a really nice interface.
They provide really secure encryption over the network, it means security will not be a concern. They also delete all user logs after every 14 days. But the logs policy is only for paid subscribers.
Yeah! I must say its paid version is really nice.
IP Vanish VPN is also a really nice VPN for android phones when it comes to security because it doesn’t leave any traces. It has a strict zero-logs policy.
It has really secure and strong encryption to make your network secure from hackers. It has 1300+ anonymous servers, so if you are banned from using any site or any online service in your college or by your government, you can use it.
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Surfshark is also one of the best VPN according to me. Because, unlike other VPNs, it’s premium subscription is really cheap, you will get a monthly cost of $1.99.
It has a really beautiful interface and it’s so easy to use. So user experience won’t be a concern. It has a simple choice of servers around the globe that you can use to browse and surf the internet securely.
Ohk ! Who has not heard of Cyber Ghost? It was one of the best VPNs when I first started learning ethical hacking 4 years ago. I used this VPN way too much back in my days. It was my favorite.
Cyber Ghost is most famous VPN. It is cross-platform, means you can use it in your Smartphone and also in pc. Its premium subscriptions are available at just $2.75/month.
Besides that, it is the most secure VPN with 24/7 support and 45 days money-back guarantee.
When I don’t have enough space in my phone or in my laptop to install any VPN app or software, I always used hide my ass proxy to browse banned sites in my school. HideMyAss has been around for many years.
They also offer their VPN app for android. It has a very easy and clean interface with three modes Instant Mode, Location Mode and Freedom Mode based on your requirements at the moment of connecting to VPN server.
Most of its services and features are paid but you can also use their free trial versions.
Hmm! enough talk about paid VPNs. Open VPN is one of the most famous cross-platform VPN and it’s easy to use. Another interesting thing is that it is completely free VPN out there for android.
It is open-source, most trusted VPN and really secure and fast. If you guys are our regular visitors, you remember that we also used it for port forwarding.
So these were some of the best VPN apps for android. If you have some budget I would recommend you to use Nord VPN because it is most famous these days.
If you want best and free VPN, then you can use Open VPN.
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