Greetings from Mi Community Bangladesh Resource Team. Google's Android operating system has the largest installed base of smartphones around the globe with more than a billion daily active users – so it’s no surprise that there are a lot of VPN apps which support the OS. Just like the internet traffic that you send from your home or work computer, the traffic you send from your phone should be protected. A VPN provides that protection. Whatever the reason, VPNs are powerful and popular tools. Today in my this thread I'm going to introduce you with some cool VPN apps.
Betternet is one of the more decent VPN apps. It boasts a no-log policy. We know a lot of people like that. The speeds are okay as well. It maintains a free model by showing video ads and sponsored apps. There is a premium version as well.
They're very transparent on how they make money and their policies. It's refreshing. It also features a simple, one-touch interface. It's one of the better VPN apps. However, we would like to see a more coherent range of prices for various features. This one can get really expensive.
There is a lot of hype surrounding ExpressVPN’s service. You may have heard about this VPN’s legendary speeds and powerful unblocking capabilities when it comes to streaming. While ExpressVPN definitely has more to offer than speed, the fact remains that this VPN is best known for its blazing-fast network, which includes 3,000+ servers in 160+ locations.
ExpressVPN has servers in 94 countries (including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and others) in over 145 locations around the world, so there will always be a location near you to give you the best experience possible. What's more, the service even has stealth servers in Hong Kong. They are to evade the GFW specifically. It doesn't even look like you're using a VPN!
3. Thunder VPN:
Thunder VPN is a Fast, Unlimited, Free VPN Proxy is in the Google Play app store, and how that’s changed over time. You can track the performance of Thunder VPN - A Fast, Unlimited, Free VPN Proxy of every day across different countries, categories and devices.
The UI is easy enough and it does connect. Speeds are about average, but for the price, I didn't really think about it much. This appears to be a really decent, free VPN.
VyprVPN is a popular VPN which is based in privacy-friendly Switzerland and comes from the same stable of companies as US ISP Texas.net, Data Foundry, and to unsent providers Giganews. It features 700 servers in over 70 countries.
The service has a decent-sized network with 700+ servers in more than 70 locations. Even better, these are all owned and managed by the company allowing VyprVPN to point that it operates 100% without third parties.
NordVPN offers a VPN service that allows its users to browse the web anonymously and securely. It boasts over 5,000 servers in over 60 countries and also pretty decent speeds.
You can extend your service to VPN extensions on Firefox and Chrome along with native desktop apps as well. You can try the service for free for a week. After that, the prices get a little steep. If you want to commit to this long term, you save a bunch of money by paying by the year.
So Mi fans, from all of these quality VPNs, which one do you like most? Don't forget to let us know.
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