Hello! Today we will continue with the list of the best free VPNs. Previously, we showed you a list of the best alternatives for users. Consequently, today we will show you The best free VPNs (Part 2).
Easy to use, free and with many server options available. In short, TunnelBear is one of the best free VPNs you can have if you are searching for something basic, a simple interface, easy to use and with servers in more than twenty countries. It also has an acceptable connection speed. As a result, you will be able to browse without worries and without advertising, so you won’t have any type of interruption.
Another great aspect is safety. Indeed, e does not keep any record of our data, the identity is completely private and also uses AES 256-bit encryption with which we can be totally safe. Moreover, it is a cross-platform tool available for: Android, Windows, macOS, iOS, Firefox, Opera, or Chrome. The main limitation of this service is that it only provides 500 MB of monthly navigation. Consequently, it will not be useful for watching series or streaming movies. However, if this is not enough for you, you can purchase the premium package starting at $3.33 per month.
Now it is the turn of one of the most attractive options in this list. Indeed, Windscribe provides 10 GB of data to surf during the month. But that’s not all, since this amount can be extended by 5 GB more by simply tweeting about it. It has an application for computers or browser extension and its use is basic, with a very intuitive interface and support options via chat.
This service also offers high security standards. Indeed, it has an advertising and malware blocker and does not keep track of your usage. In addition, it has a good encryption and security system that will keep us protected when using it. It is compatible with macOS, iPhone, Linux, Firefox, Chrome, and Windows. We have already mentioned that it offers enough data capacity, so we can enjoy streaming like Netflix. Additionally, it allows downloading torrents even in the free version, with unlimited access.
Betternet offers an unlimited browsing service. It is also available for all types of devices. It is available for all types of devices, and you can install it on iOS, Android, PC or Mac, as well as with its extensions for Chrome or Firefox. Its main advantage is that it has no data or speed restrictions. Therefore, you can use it freely. In addition, it does not require registration, making it a highly recommended option.
Another of its benefits is that it allows you to hide the location and IP address. This platform also offers a paid service. Consequently, we will be able to enjoy more speed, without ads and with larger locations. Betternet is available for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and Chrome.
Speedify is a private network service that you can have at no cost, although it has a much more complete and unlimited paid version. It has locations in 24 different countries on five continents. It is also available for Windows, iOS, or Android.
Its operation is quite intuitive and simple, and you can choose the locations you want to connect to or let the service automatically choose for you. Once connected, all you have to worry about is surfing the Internet and visiting the pages you want from any of the compatible devices. As a limitation, we will only enjoy up to 1 GB of maximum data.
Cloudfare has a project that allows us to have a free VPN on our cell phone, for iOS and Android. We will be able to access it at no cost to increase security and privacy. However, it does not hide the IP address and sometimes does not allow access to certain blocked content. On the other hand, it will improve security if you connect from a public Wi-Fi network and encrypt the data when you do so.
FreeOpenVPN provides access to several free OpenVPN servers. There you will find configuration files for OpenVPN that you can download free. Therefore, all we have to do is go to the FreeOpenVPN.org site, search for the service we want to connect to and download the OpenVPN software compatible with our operating system.
Certainly, its interface is not the most attractive. Besides, its use is not for everyone, since it requires minimum technical knowledge. However, it offers several servers to access. In addition, it does not have any type of limitation of use or download. Although its speed is not the best, if it can serve to protect our data in case of accessing a public Wi-Fi.
VPNBook offers free unlimited data, connections via OpenVPN and PPTP protocol and AES encryption. This tool is compatible with Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and Linux. Like the previous option, its interface is not very flashy. Likewise, it is not very well known. However, the company assures us that it does not keep any logs of our Internet activity while using VPNBook, but it does keep some connection logs. However, this is done for a short period of time. This tool is financed by advertising. Since it is unlimited, we can use it to unlock streaming services, and we can also use it to download torrents.
It is an unregistered VPN provider that offers users a VPN connection with a limited number of servers and on a single device. On the other hand, its interface is not the most comfortable. Therefore, we recommend its use only on an unplanned basis. That is, if we connect to a free Wi-Fi connection in a hotel or restaurant, for example.
Although it is a free VPN, there are limits. It has a speed limit and a monthly data limit, exactly 2 GB per month. As we have just mentioned, it only allows VPN connection to one device at a time. It does, of course, allow torrent downloads. However, it is not very useful for bypassing streaming content restrictions.
Okay, we have finally looked at the best free VPNs (part 2). This is the culmination of a review of the best services for protecting our data and safeguarding our privacy. See you soon!