If you want to use a VPN on your tablet, smartphone or laptop, as well as your smart TV simultaneously then you require a service which allows users to have multiple simultaneous connections. We also take a look at the security protocols of a service, as well as encryption levels, and whether the development team makes it a priority to patch any bugs that are reported.
NordVPN’s desktop client has a very attractive interface, and it’s easy to use on mobile devices. It offers a wide range of options and is great for streaming. The speeds are much faster than we’ve seen with other VPNs. There’s also a kill switch split tunneling, AES 256 encryption, and a handy feature called Threat Protection that block trackers, ads and malware.
CyberGhost was another top performer in our tests. It boasts a vast network of servers all over the globe, and has a wide array of features that allow torrenting. It’s speedy and comes with excellent features such as split tunneling, which allows certain apps via VPN while allowing other apps to connect to the Internet directly. There are native applications available for Windows, macOS and Android as well as an iOS app and router compatibility.
Windscribe offers a variety of connections and it has the added benefit of being located in Switzerland and therefore not subject to any of the “fourteen eyes” surveillance programs. It’s a straightforward and effective Chrome extension, making it an ideal option for mobile devices.