Best Paid VPN Apps For Android
If you’ve been keeping up with this website, you’d have seen a previous post on the Top 6 best free VPN apps for Androids. This post is centered on the best paid VPN Apps for Android.
Some of us, sometimes tend to go with the saying that the best things in life are free but others don’t. This is because sometimes, the value and worth of a thing are seen through its cost.
As I may have mentioned in the preceding post, some VPN apps have limited functions due to the “free” nature.
Others, however, let you go all the way and that most times guarantees a better experience where technology and privacy are concerned.
Here are a few VPN apps that make you think of your bank account. Note that while some of them might be are break the bank pricey for you, there shouldn’t be a price on your privacy especially in this day and age.
Seeing as a monetary value is something they all have in common, it’s important to point out features to look out for such as a VPN’s client speed, the platforms it has available (server amount), its data use restrictions and its extra features.
The deal with most VPN’s is that they offer the same things so we’ve picked out the best based on cost and online reputation and here they are:
Best Paid VPN Apps For Android 2018
They actually promise to give you back your money with no questions asked, regardless the plan you subscribe to. On its website, it boasts of a network of over 1700 servers worldwide, unlimited bandwidth and no throttling with users being able to make three connections simultaneously.
It’s easy to use on any device and there are no restrictions on what you can stream or download in private. Most importantly and for the sake of privacy, they keep no usage logs.
It’s as if you were never there.
I had to choose this software as one of our paid VPN Apps for Android.
Private Internet Access VPN
It, however, doesn’t offer a free trial but offers a 30-day money back guarantee if you’re dissatisfied with any part of the service. As for privacy, it claims not to keep user logs and allows you to fine-tune your own encryption settings (it provides a detailed page showing the options).
NordVPN promises no logs, connection to 6 simultaneous devices, servers in over 61 countries and a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The problem with this app is that its servers can be slow but with a little trial and error, you might be able to find a fast server. It permits torrenting, DNS leak protection and has a user-friendly interface. Finally, its very privacy-focused and accepts bitcoin payments.
That said, in terms of UI, it’s a good catch which makes it a great VPN for androids. With 400 servers in 61 countries, you can be sure to keep your location confidential. It offers unlimited bandwidth and anonymous torrenting, which the average VPN user looks out for. The protocol options available are PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN, and IPSec.
With over 1000 servers in 28 different countries, it gives you access to otherwise blocked website and content and lets you browse like a local.
SurfEasy has an Ad Tracker Blocker algorithm enables them to intercept cookies that advertisers use to follow you online (what a pleasant idea!) and like a neat bow to wrap it all up, you never have to worry about unprotected WiFi networks again.
An option to stay connected is available so that it can keep your data secure 24/7 and if your connection is interrupted, it shuts down traffic so nothing gets through accidentally.
With its no logging policy, you’re sure to remain anonymous and of course, it comes with WiFi security. Who would bother with it if it didn’t?
And there you have it. These are 6(six) carefully picked best paid VPN Apps for Android devices. I’d really love to hear your feedback after using one or more the Apps listed here.
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