“TorGuard and ZenMate are two VPNs that at first seem rather similar – but a closer look reveals some important differences.
TorGuard offers over 2,000 more servers in 20 more countries than ZenMate, offers essential security features like a kill switch, and is the better choice for privacy and unblocking. It works well against deep packet inspection, and can access Netflix reliably with the optional dedicated IP address, while ZenMate struggles heavily to unblock Netflix and other closely guarded content.
ZenMate has transitioned from a proxy to a VPN service, but still has a long way to go. The biggest issue here is the extensive storage of connection logs, all while ZenMate is advertised as a no-log VPN. Even ignoring this glaring issue, there isn’t much to make ZenMate appealing – a limited server network, poor speeds, and a lack of any advanced security don’t speak well of this VPN.
ZenMate’s only advantage is its 14-day money-back guarantee, a whole week more than TorGuard. ZenMate also offers a 7-day free trial.