VPNs aren’t just a way for people to access free movies. There are political activists and reporters around the world, battling against the regime and struggling to have their voices heard in the free world. Most of us are not under the scrutiny of tyrannical governments, but enjoy being able to bluff about where we are in the world and access content that is regionally prohibited. Cloak VPN is the apple of the eye, with its Apple-specific veil. Focusing on providing safety on unprotected networks, Cloak does create a shield of invisibility, but its devotion to Apple gives it limited scope. IPVanish has also been accused of being rather limited in a “back to basics” way, but who ever heard of frills on a secret agent anyway? Speaking of basic, Ivacy VPN offers an almost paint-by-numbers simplicity, giving users a list of purposes to choose from in order to adjust the settings to the individual’s needs.