5 Best VPN Apps for iphone

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Virtual Private Network easily known as VPN is a service that extends a private-network across a public network e.g. Internet. VPNs are mostly used by business organisations rather than individuals. It is formed by creating a virtual point to point connection using devoted connections.

 

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VPNs enhance security for us when using public network connections, makes it easy to share with other people in your group and also gives better performance to those using because bandwidth and efficiency is increased among many other advantages. VPNs for smartphones are available for all Operating systems including windows, android and IOS. Here we will focus on the best VPN apps for iPhone which include-;

1. Tunnel bear VPN 

As the name suggest the tunnel bear VPN is easy to use and packed with attractive bear graphics. It is fast and has servers in over 15 diverse countries in an ever expanding network. An advantage with this app is that you are able to more than just tap on map location and wait. It supports minimal logging and has 256-bit encryption and doesn't allow P2P.

 

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The company's other clients use Open VPN while the IOS app runs on the IPsec protocol. There's a 500mb free data to try out first before you purchase the app. Premium subscriptions run from $30 annually or $4 monthly. There are other expensive packages which cost $7 a month or $50 an year which allow you to connect to multiple mobile phones and computers.

2.Express VPN 

 

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With fast and reliable services the app offers support for 256 bit encryption and has open VPN. It also has servers in over 78 countries and no logging policy meaning there is no logging to your online activities by the service. There are over 100 regions to select from and you can choose your favourite to come back to later. You can tap to connect because the IOS app shows locations in a list. Subscriptions run for $100 annually, $30 for 6 months and $13 for 1 month with a 1 day trial period.don't foreget to use expressvpn discount.it's a limited time offer 

3. Private Internet Access VPN 

 

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A popular VPN for IOS, the app offers servers in over 27 countries including regional options in popular regions. It offers 256-bit encryption and OpenVPN. It is fast, has base in the United States and no log in traffic. Straight forwardness offers desktop users with all sorts of configurations. Subscriptions cost $40 a year, $36 for six months and $7 a month. No free trial is available but there is a 7 day money back guarantee after purchase.

4. VPN by NordVPN

 

 

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A popular VPN for windows and MacOS it uses IKEv2 security and is 30 percent faster than its previous than the last generation. It has 600 servers scattered across 50 countries. A single account gives you access to over 6 devices and it can bypass blocked websites. Privacy is guaranteed since the NordVPN does not store any user information. IKEV2, L2TP and OpenVPN are some of the apps security protocols. Browsing experience is secured by allowing your real IP address to show as the NordVPN server. Subscriptions are cheaper and run from $12 to $69 annually.

5. IPVanish VPN

 

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The app has over 180 servers in 60 different countries hence no problem connecting. It offers zero logging and still manages to offer support for 256-bit encryption, OpenVPN and P2P traffic which some servers don't allow. Connections are limited to 2 devices simultaneous one with L2TP or PPTP connection the other with OpenVPN connection and has an unlimited bandwidth. The app is pretty easy to use and you can access popular countries and browse using location. Subscriptions start at $75 an year, $27 a month and $10 a week. 

Everything has its limitations and VPNs are no exemption. Organisations that use VPN should study them since VPNs require high understanding of (PNS) Public Network Security, it requires data encryptions and passwords. Other than that VPN is a fun way to share information and will continue to help the world in future.

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