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Best VPNs for iOS

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Friday, August 8th, 2014


iOS is the Operating System that powers iPhones and iPads. While iOS itself is quite secure, it cannot protect your online sessions from snooping and hacking threats especially when you are using an unsecured wireless network. In order to protect your anonymity and privacy on the internet, you must use an advanced privacy solution such as a VPN. Here are some of the best VPN solutions that we found for iOS devices:

HideMyAss

HideMyAss is one of the most popular VPN service providers in the world. The company has more than 500 servers in 75 countries making it a truly global VPN provider. The company does not throttle speed or restrict bandwidth making the service ideal for resource demanding activities. The service is compatible with all major operating systems and the company provides its own app for many systems including iOS. The only downside of the service is that it logs IP address along with other connection details for a period of one month. HideMyAss’ VPN plans cost $11.52 per month (term discounts are available) and the provider even has a 30 day money back policy in place. For more information please read our HMA Review, or visit: www.hidemyass.com.

VPN4ALL

VPN4ALL is a Seychelles based VPN service that has been in the market for more than 5 years. VPN4ALL has gateways in 50 countries and its customers are protected with a military grade (256 bit) encryption. The company has excellent infrastructure in place through which it delivers unlimited speeds and bandwidth to its users. The company offers a proprietary VPN client for almost all major OS (including iOS) which makes the service really easy to use. VPN4ALL’s plans cost $9.95 a month plus the provider also provides a 30 day money-back guarantee and 100 MB trial accounts. For more information please read our VPN4All Review, or visit: vpn4all.com.

PureVPN

PureVPN is a privacy solution from a Hong Kong based company that has been in the market for over 7 years. The company has VPN gateways in 26 countries and it offers up to 256 bit encryption through its service. The company manages and owns its own server network giving it an edge over VPN providers who rent servers or outsource maintenance. PureVPN has developed a fantastic app for major OS (including OS) that includes an internet kill switch to deal with scenarios where the VPN connection drops suddenly. PureVPN’s monthly VPN plans cost $9.95 a month plus there is a 3 day money-back guarantee available. For more information please read our PureVPN Review, or visit: purevpn.com.

IPVanish

IPVanish is a relatively new service provider but it has made its presence felt in the VPN market. The company has deployed its servers in 56 countries through which it offers unlimited speed and bandwidth plans to customers. IPVanish offers a custom-made client for all operating system (including iOS) which makes the service very simple to use. Like HideMyAss, the company logs IP address but it does not hand over user data to third parties unless it is demanded by courts. IPVanish subscriptions cost $10 a month and new subscriptions are protected with a 7 day refund policy. For more information please read our IPVanish Review, or visit: IPVanish.com.

GetCloak

GetCloak is a US based VPN service provider that offers privacy solutions only for Apple devices (iOS and Mac). GetCloak has a presence in 7 different countries and the company offers both metered and unrestricted plans to subscribers. The company has developed its own app for Mac as well as iOS which makes the service really simple to use. GetCloak’s 5 GB plans are available from $2.99 a month whereas the unlimited plans cost $9.99 a month. New customers are also allowed to test the service for a full 30 days (with 5 GB bandwidth) to help them with their subscription decision. For more information please read our GetCloak Review, or visit: getcloak.com.


August 8, 2014
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