The Best VPNs for Android - 2019

The Best VPNs for Android - 2019

Ranked 300th from 336 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Ran Greenberg, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Borderless VPN is a Norwegian provider and a newcomer to the VPN arena. It’s very small, costs more than many reliable VPNs, and makes pretty strong claims – “zero logging,” “multi OS support,” “enhanced security,” and “unblock media,” for example. Does Borderless VPN live up to those claims, and does it have what it takes to compete with big boys like ExpressVPN and [reviewLink post_id="41357" page_type="NordVPN"

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5
Ranked 301st from 336 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

CrypticVPN was founded in 2012; it was recently bought by a new owner and has undergone some changes, with more planned, including a new client. The VPN operates out of Amsterdam and focuses on security and speed. It has a well-organized website that’s easy to navigate, and on the whole, this ease of use continues into the VPN itself. The VPN offers a user-friendly service that requires little technical knowledge to get started. However, it also offers features like port forwarding that are g

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Ranked 302nd from 336 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

If you are looking for a basic VPN that offers you an additional layer of security when you are surfing the web, then DigibitVPN should certainly be on your short list. However, if you want uninterrupted access to your favorite Netflix shows from anywhere in the world, or want a highly configurable VPN with a choice of settings that allow your VPN usage to remain hidden, then this provider might not be for you. DigibitVPN is an extremely cheap VPN that is registered under the jurisdiction

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Ranked 303rd from 336 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Ran Greenberg, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

E-VPN is a fresh provider from the UK that’s not yet widely popular, but clearly knows what most users need from a good VPN service: solid security, privacy, and access to geoblocked websites at low cost. So, let’s jump into the pros and cons of this VPN. For a small provider, E-VPN offers pretty strong security levels. Its network is secured with military-grade AES 128-bit encryption, combined with a 4096-bit RSA encrypted handshake. In addition, E-VPN uses OpenVPN and Stealth VPN pro

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Ranked 304th from 336 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

HideMy.name is a highly configurable VPN with a user-friendly interface. It offers exceptional security for surfing, torrenting, and communicating over the internet. However, it does not live up to all its promises, particularly in relation to streaming and geo-restrictions. While HideMy.name is a relatively new VPN, its parent company, inCloak Network Ltd, has been operating for over 10 years. The company is based in Belize, meaning it operates outside the jurisdiction of the 14-Eyes

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5
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