The Best & Worst VPNs for iOS 2018

Ranked 165th from 301 VPNs
Rating for iOS 4.0
  • Connected to a cluster of servers
  • Finds a speedy VPN server every time
  • Bare-metal servers providing 100% of the resources to the user
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Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Started in 2012, Viking VPN prides itself on defending internet security at all costs. Their focus is on both speed and security to develop a network that delivers both without compromise. There are not traffic or protocol restrictions, and they don't keep any logs; maximizing your privacy. They create a secure, encrypted tunnel between your device and their server with the VPN (Virtual Private Network). This tunnel is completely secure and protected by AES 256 CBC bit encryption. AS well as this

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Ranked 166th from 301 VPNs
Rating for iOS 4.0
  • Guaranteed high anonymity with their service
  • Connection is hidden and protected by encrypted socks
  • Your IP is invisible on all proxies
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Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Vip72's website is rather basic, and reviews on the service across the internet are predominantly negative towards the company. They certainly don't hold up to other VPNs like Nord or Express. But here are the facts about them; they offer a completely anonymous VPN service; hiding your IP with their encrypted socks. Meaning your IP address is completely invisible, and your connection is censored and protected. They have servers in 128 countries and you can buy weekly, monthly or yearly packages.

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Ranked 167th from 301 VPNs
Rating for iOS 4.0
  • Monthly, Annual, Poker and Lifetime subscriptions available
  • Servers in 400 locations around the world
  • Stream torrents from anywhere (except America)
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Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

A Canadian based company, VPN Land have been operating from their home country for the last ten years. Established in Toronto, Canada in 2006 as part of Blacklogic Inc. they've built up an impressive number of servers (400) in various locations around the world. From Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Netherlands, Germany, Russia, and the Czech Republic VPN Land offer unmetered services and unlimited bandwidth via their servers. With America being the exception users are also able

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Ranked 168th from 301 VPNs
Rating for iOS 4.0
Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Based in Poland, VPN Shield is the VPN service product of the company Defendemus. They pride themselves on being an easy to use service for non-geeks. And with just one subscription you can connect five devices from a variety of operating systems. These include Windows (8.0 or higher), Mac OS X, iPads, iPhones, Android devices and Kindle Fire. All of which come with their own app, so there's no need to get tangled up setting it up manually. The only thing you need to do is use the same account on

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Ranked 169th from 301 VPNs
Rating for iOS 4.0
Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Romanian based in Bucharest, VPN.ac is a relatively new kid on the block as a VPN service provider since it was founded in 2012. Its credentials are boosted though as it has been in the information security industry for over 15 years. They pride themselves on experience in security features with their roots in the company, Netsec Interactive Solution. They have gone the extra mile for ISO27001 and ISO9001 certifications. These security certificates provide VPN.ac with an additional edge over the

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