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How to install a VPN on Android

Greetings dear friends, virtual private networks are currently trending for the many advantages they offer and especially for the issue of security and our data, is one of the most talked-about topics today. Most VPN services are paid since they seek to guarantee your anonymity and secure your data. But some give you a small amount of data per month for free. That’s why in this post we will show you how to install a VPN on Android.

Rocket VPN is a free and secure alternative. You can try it without the need to pay a subscription. Some of the features it offers are:

  • 250MB per month free
  • 20 servers
  • Multiplatform
  • Reliable servers
  • You can use the same account on up to 5 different devices.

It also has a premium subscription in which you will have unlimited data in 3 modes:

  • 1 month $3.99
  • 3 month $2.99
  • 1 Year $2.00

Another of its features is a small web browser that comes integrated. You will be able to use it to make protected searches. Make it extra hard for malicious parties to target you. This built-in browser possesses state-of-the-art capabilities that will keep your device safe from hackers and trackers.

First step

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Download and install Rocket VPN from Google Play by following the link below:

Google Play | Rocket VPN Free – Internet Freedom VPN Proxy

Second step

Open the app select the server you want to connect to, then press connect.

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Third step

After that, you will see a connection request, press ok to continue. And that’s it, you are now successfully connected.

click ok to continue install
press ok to continue
successfully connected
successfully connected


The use of a VPN is very important, it can help you to protect your data when you are connected to an untrusted network. It will also allow you to unblock content that is not available in your region from your favorite streaming services, for example, Netflix or HBO. Thanks for reading. Bye!

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