West World SS VPN is a Chinese-based service with a smaller server network. Still, several of the servers are on dedicated, high-speed lines. Despite having a few good features and a multitude of plans, I dealt with connection failures. Not only that, it needs to be more transparent with its logs policy.
It’s compatible with Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, and routers, and offers apps for iOS and Android. At first glance, it doesn’t appear West World SS VPN has an app, but you can find it under SS VPN. It just depends on what country you’re in and what app store you are using.
West World SS VPN’s server network is extremely small at 70+ servers, that are spread over eight countries. Of those servers, 20+ are standard servers, and 50+ are high-speed servers on dedicated international lines.
Users can choose between Trojan, V2Pay, SS/SSR, IKEv2, and OpenVPN protocols. I recommend using OpenVPN or IKEv2 for security. West World SS VPN says it doesn’t keep logs, and I couldn’t find the information I needed on its site (or get a response from support).
However, it does say it’s government approved. The Chinese government is well-known for its heavy censorship of VPNs and West World SS VPN doesn’t have a kill switch, for these reasons I won’t recommend it for torrenting. If you need a VPN for torrenting check out these trusted providers.
The interface was clean and it was easy to select a server from the app, connecting took a while and I was kicked from the server at least twice. When I did connect I wasn’t able to access Netflix. On the other hand, I was able to watch YouTube uncensored without buffering.
|Number of countries with servers||8|
|Number of servers||70|
|Does VPN keep logs?||No|
|Does VPN include a kill switch?||No|
|Number of devices per license||Unlimited|