The Best VPNs for Android - June 2018

Ranked 47th from 312 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.1
Ariel Hochstadt, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Android users are able to use OverPlay VPN, though this needs to be configured manually using your device’s settings. The online privacy provider has a detailed set of instructions for their Android users to connect to their respective server locations. Additionally, the configuration of the VPN is easy to follow. OverPlay VPN does not have an application for Android users. This is a disadvantage as it would make work easier and more easily accessible for the users through the Google Play Store. A

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Ranked 48th from 312 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.1
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Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Offering a 3-day money back guarantee and a 3-day trial period to test the services before you commit to buying, Unblock VPN are all about ensuring their customers are happy with the service they provide. Unblock VPN provides unlimited bandwidth, and they are conscientious about keeping their user's connections at a normal speed rate. They also provide compatibility for iOS, Android, Windows, and Linux operating systems. They have 18 servers in 7 countries worldwide: with the majority of those

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Ranked 50th from 312 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Alex (Shurf) Frenkel, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

OperaVPN once had different versions; a web-browser VPN and a mobile app. The Opera mobile app, which was available for Android and iOS, is no longer active (read more about it below), but there are a few good free alternatives, such as [reviewLink post_id= "42512"]TunnelBear[/reviewLink] and [reviewLink post_id= "37620"]Windscribe[/reviewLink].  Opera's free web-browser with a built-in VPN, however, is still up and running. Unfortunately, that isn't much of a consolation. Opera's we

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Ranked 51st from 312 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

VPNAUS is a pretty new service provider. They started as in September 2015 and, obviously, are located in Australia. They currently only have two servers available online but have 9 more coming soon, across locations like the us, Europe, the UK, Japan and further server options in Oz too. Whether you're local or international, they can still provide you with great service for anywhere on the globe. They secure your browsing activity and personal data with encryption technology supporting OpenVPN,

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Ranked 52nd from 312 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Founded in 2010, VPNJack aims for simplicity as a VPN service provider. They have servers based in multiple locations in the USA-but they don't say how many. Subscribing to VPNJack lets you connect to a VPN server that then supplies you with an IP address based in the States. Though there are other providers out there with many more features and servers globally, it is fair to say that if you have simple requirements and just want a simple service, then these are the guys to choose. They have a

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