“You don’t need to use VPN all the time, but they’re ideal for when you have to use an unsecured public Wi-Fi network or if you can’t access location-restricted websites,” Tinari writes. “On iPhone, the best VPN apps are ones that don’t log your data and invade your privacy — something VPNs are meant to protect — and they have a simple, easy-to-use interface. Our pick for the best free VPN on iPhone is Betternet.”
“Within a few seconds or less, Betternet has you connected and you can already go about browsing. It’s totally free and safe, no questions asked,” Tinari writes. “Betternet does not snoop into your data nor sells it for money… The only ways Betternet make money are through ads within the app — not while you browse — and videos. Every so often to connect to the VPN you’re asked to watch a short advertisement first. The button will say ‘Watch a video and connect’ but within moments, your VPN is active. Of course, there is an easy workaround to this though. Just tap ‘Skip and connect’ right underneath.”
“Betternet offers a premium version of its service,” Tinari writes. “Premium gives you several location options, plus the promise of an even faster connection and prioritized tech support should you need it. It costs $4.99 per month or $29.99 on an annual basis — the latter is a nice 50 percent discount.”
More info and screenshots in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: If you use Betternet for VPN for your iPhone, iPad, and/or iPod touch, how do you like it? If you use another VPN app for iOS, let us know below!
Also, remember that you can also use an old Mac to create your very own inexpensive personal VPN.
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