The Best VPNs for Android - December 2018

The Best VPNs for Android - December 2018

Ranked 311th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Ran Greenberg, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Launched in 2011, PrivateProxy.me isn’t a VPN, but a UK-based premium proxy service that can be used for anonymous browsing, torrenting, and streaming geo-restricted content. While the UK isn’t an ideal location for proxies or VPNs due to its harsh data retention laws, PrivateProxy.me claims not to log your browsing history, real IP address, connection times, or bandwidth usage. On the other hand, the lack of a privacy policy website section had us raising our eyebrows, since transparency is the

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Ranked 312th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Android 4.0
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

One of the key reasons for using a VPN is to increase your security online. So when a VPN provider’s website triggers a security warning from your antivirus because its SSL certificate is out of date, it is never a good sign. Unfortunately for SquidVPN, that was only the first of many negative signs. Once we accessed the website, things did not improve. There is limited information on the site, and much of the available information was impossible to verify. SquidVPN offers an SSL-secured n

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Ranked 313th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Android 1.6
Ariel Hochstadt, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

vpn.fish is a new VPN provider but offers encryption standards that are at par with the major players in the VPN market. With vpn.fish’s AES-256 bit encryption, your online activities will be practically un-hackable. On the other hand, vpn.fish is located in Hong Kong. While it’s not in China’s jurisdiction, it’s still a little too close for comfort. It has a 7-day money back guarantee and a 30-day free trial, after which you can choose from one of their four pricing plans, all of which are really

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Ranked 314th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Android 1.5
Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

SecureVPN claims to provide a VPN service that helps you surf the web anonymously, unblock websites and VoIP services, and secure any Wi-Fi hotspot. However,  we cannot guarantee that this VPN is legitimate. The look and feel of this VPN are strange. We are also curious as to why their Android app in the Google Play Store directs to Signal Lab as the developer. Signal Lab is also the developer of the ThunderVPN free app. If you click on the SecureVPN website, it actually takes you to the T

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Ranked 315th from 337 VPNs
Rating for Android 1.5
Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Hola is a community-powered peer-to-peer network. It does not use servers, like ExpressVPN or NordVPN, but rather routes traffic through peer nodes provided by the 115 million users of the service. Hola claims that using peers to route traffic instead of servers makes these connections more anonymous and secure, but many have criticized this approach. The Avast blog stated that “What many users did not realize is that they were essentially exit nodes and other Hola users could use their ba

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