Overplay is owned by Highwinds (IPVanish), and it's a brand that offers SmartDNS + VPN. However, is it worth using compared to the other more focused ...[Read More]
Windscribe is a new VPN launched in 2016. Can it compare to older and thus more robust VPNs, or is it just the awkward "new" guy on the block? Find ou...[Read More]
GhostVPN is a brand spankin' new VPN provider. Does that mean it falls short or holds up to the big boys? Read our GhostVPN review to find out!
Hotspot Shield is a VPN that offers both free and paid models for you to try out. But is this VPN worth using in either form? Read the Hotspot Shield ...[Read More]
Hide.Me is one of the few VPNs to offer a free version. However, despite being a bargain at first glance, is Hide.Me really that great of a deal for w...[Read More]
SurfEasy is a VPN owned by the Opera company. It's pushing browser VPN and extensions, but is the core VPN provider good enough for your use?
TotalVPN is a simple VPN with good core speeds and easy to use applications. Is there more? Read the TotalVPN review to find out!
VPN Unlimited has some crazy speeds and crazy pricing. But is that enough to warrant your purchase? Read the VPN Unlimited review to find out.
SaferVPN is a VPN built to be pretty. It's user-friendly and workable, and it's had some nice improvements since our first review.
Astrill VPN is a spacey VPN with some good core features and a troublesome signup process.
StrongVPN promises it all: strength, speed, and the best tech support or your money back. But should you throw money at them in the first place? Read ...[Read More]
Cartoony, user-friendly, and affordable, TunnelBear is the perfect VPN for the entry-level VPN user.