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Published on August 13th, 2016 | by Guest


Don’t Miss Out on This Year’s Best VPN Apps for Android

Cyber threats, government surveillance, and geo-restrictions have been completely sucking the joy out of using internet. Every time you go online, you find yourself worrying about running into hackers, or bumping straight into a digital wall. If you’re an Android user who’s fed up of the threats and restrictions, then the best advice that we can offer to you is to install a virtual private network (VPN) app on your device. Once you’ve done that, you’re certainly going to enjoy a lot more security and freedom online.

Now the next big question that arises is which VPN solution to go for since there are plenty of low-quality offering present in the market to create a confusion. You can either check out VPN app reviews on different reputable tech blogs, or you can simply continue reading and let us guide you to some of the best VPN services that we know of.



Golden Frog’s internet security, privacy, and freedom solution for Android delivers pretty much everything that it promises. Making use of powerful encryption protocols, the most notable of which is an innovate protocol named Chameleon, VyprVPN wraps your traffic into sheets of protection, making it completely useless to the interceptors. The no-logs policy ensures that your identity and location remains hidden from the prying eyes. If
you’re looking to bypass geo-restrictions and remove online censorship, that you’ll certainly find its tunneling protocols and large of servers in various parts of the world extremely useful. You can try out the app for free, though you’ll have to switch to the premium plan once you’ve consumed the 500 MB of free data.


Yet another great choice of VPN apps for Android, NordVPN doesn’t simply look to meet your expectations, it actually tries to beat them.  Whether you’re looking to submit sensitive information online such as bank details, remain anonymous online to avoid trouble, or gain access to the likes of Facebook, Twitter, etc., it has you covered. With over 550 servers in 50+ countries, unlimited bandwidth, no-logs policy, and military grade protection, the app pretty much forces you to fall in with in it. It has a unique, albeit user friendly interface, and a courteous customer support, making it easier for you to get a satisfying VPN experience.


This is a relatively new app that we stumbled across by mere chance while searching for another well-known app on the Google Play store. Its uses all the available options to make life miserable for hackers and snoops. Its encryption protocols are robust to say the least, while the tunneling protocols open up the internet to clear the path to your favorite social networking and video streaming websites. With a no-logs policy, the service proves itself ideal for those who don’t want their digital footprints to be getting tracked. The unlimited bandwidth is also worth a mention as it delivers a seamless surfing and streaming experience. We tried our best to find out about the number of servers FalcoVPN currently has in its network, along with their locations, but so far we’ve found nothing. We’ll definitely keep searching until we find something. We almost forgot to mention that the app offers 500 MB usage data to first-time users.

Do you agree with our list? If no, then perhaps you can suggest a few good apps to us and our readers. We’d love to hear from you.

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