PureVPN wants to be the world's fastest VPN. It may give decent speeds, but can it's application offerings and unreliable services stand strong under our scrutiny?
PureVPN is reputed as one of the best VPN providers with fast speeds (world’s fastest as they all say), numerous security offerings, and a worldwide server network. PureVPN doesn’t fall into the category of a minimalist VPN, or a fully fledged VPN service–but rather something in between. So in this PureVPN review, is PureVPN really that pure after all? Pricing 7.5/10 From a pricing standpo...[Read More]
Clean, simple, and very effective, ExpressVPN has carved out a respectable following because of it's great applications, fast connections, and reliable service. Expect quality service here, if a simple offering.
Pros / ExpressVPN is extremely polished and easy to use. Mobile applications are great. Customer service is also attentive. Cons / ExpressVPN’s biggest achilles heel is the expensive price. Speeds have also been slowing down lately, but this can vary. ExpressVPN only has 2 simulatenous connections. Verdict / ExpressVPN has good software apps, and using the VPN is extremely easy since it̵...[Read More]
Ultimately basic, but nevertheless secure, AirVPN has a passionate team of employees that are security advocates and hacktivists. The VPN works well, even if it has a lot of unnecessary complexities and lacks a mobile app.
AirVPN has a unique name, and a different motto in that it provides “the air to breathe the real internet.” The service branding makes it seem fresh and new. But is it more than a standard run-of-the-mill VPN? Could it feel a little stale? Keep reading, and find out what the verdict is. Pricing 10/10 AirVPN has one of the more attractive pricing models I’ve come across. It offers a small commitmen...[Read More]
CyberGhost VPN is a popular VPN since it has a free option. It might very well be one of the best free VPN’s to use–but today we are mainly looking at the premium plan and stacking up CyberGhost VPN among the best and biggest VPN providers there are. CyberGhost VPN’s premium options offer attractive offerings like great speeds, multi-device use, applications, and large server networks. It’s ...[Read More]
Cyberghost VPN is one of the few VPN's that offers free VPN use. This comes with a cost like slower speeds, and advertisements. However, they still offer a core paid VPN offering that could satisfy users looking for a spookier alternative.
PCmag's poster child and another VPN that claims it's the most advanced. But is Nord VPN really that good? Or maybe, it's just an overhyped VPN that can't stand on it's own two legs.
Good / NordVPN has improved speeds, an much-needed application redesign, and Netflix compatibility with a unique “dedicated IP” feature within the app. Bad / NordVPN has increased pricing significantly. In my video review, I encountered a WebRTC IP leak. Still no live chat. Pricing on website is a bad scammy with frequent deals and incentives outside of main pricing page. Verdict / No...[Read More]
Often the subject of scrutiny, HideMyAss VPN has often been shunned due to its logging policy. That said, despite poor speeds, HMA VPN still holds a solid userbase that rely on the company for their VPN encryption and decent app lineup.
HideMyAss VPN is one of the oldest VPNs in the market–but that doesn’t automatically mean its the best. They’ve gained a lot of bad attention, for giving out user information, but they also hold a larger and consistent user base. It can be hard to judge immediately if HideMyAss VPN is a “bad” VPN or a “good” VPN just by what people are saying about it. Is there a reason HideMyAss is talked a...[Read More]