If you have a smartphone, tablet or laptop, as well as possibly smart TVs that you wish to connect to a VPN simultaneously it is essential to use an option that allows you to connect to multiple devices simultaneously. We also look at the security protocols of a service, as well as encryption levels, and whether the developers make it a goal to fix any reported bugs.
NordVPN’s desktop client has an attractive and appealing interface and it’s also simple to use on mobile devices. It has a wide array of options and is excellent for streaming. The speeds are faster than those we’ve seen with other VPNs. There’s also a kill switch and split tunneling as well as AES-256 encryption, and a helpful feature called Threat Protection that blocks ads, trackers, and malware.
CyberGhost is another top performer during our tests, having a a huge network of servers in the globe, with many options that support torrents. It’s fast and has outstanding features, including split tunneling, which routes certain apps through the VPN while allowing others to connect to the Internet directly. There are native apps for Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS as well as a Fire TV app and router compatibility.
Windscribe offers a huge variety of connection options. It also has the bonus advantage of being located in Switzerland which means it’s not subject to any of the “fourteen eyes” surveillance regimes. It also comes with a simple and effective Chrome extension that makes it a strong choice for mobile devices.