Whether you are trying to access a site that is banned in your region or trying to encrypt a WiFi connection, VPNs can be your best friends. Though your internet connection and in some cases your PC slows down, you can still reach for the sites that couldn’t be reached on a regular internet connection. Some cases have been reported where the VPN conflicts with certain applications so you need to check out which VPN will be suitable for you. For your assistance, we have listed three of the popular VPN browsers with their pros and cons.
Windscribe is a free of cost VPN with a total of 8 servers around the world. Though it supports one device at a time, the 10GB monthly data plan for free isn’t a bad deal at all. To your surprise, Windscribe is not like those usual free VPNs that totally ruin your day with the disappointing features.
Unlike other free VPNs, you don’t need to sign up for the service and only by using a username, you are allowed to use 2GB of data allowance/ month. If you want to enjoy a limit of 10GB data/ month, you just need to provide an email id. Because of the Cruise Control feature, you don’t need to worry about the speed as it chooses the fastest server near you.
If you want to know about the server locations, following are the countries where they are located:
- US Central
- US East
- US West
- Canada East
- Canada West
- Hong Kong
30Mbps and even higher download speeds were recorded from a UK server and some other regions showed a bit of a less speed.
2. Hotspot Shield
Another cool free option used worldwide is the Hotspot Shield which is by far, the easiest of the options. On total, it can support 5 devices at a time. The best part is the availability of its Windows, Android, and iOS versions. That means, on whatever platform you want to use the service, you are good to go.
Even you can download the service as an extension in Chrome and Firefox. No registration or sign up drama. Just pure browsing experience without any cost. Turn on the app and your tension free browsing will begin. If you are still not satisfied with the location assigned to you, you can change it to another one from the following:
- Czech Republic
- Russian Federation
Best is always kept for the last! With over 1,000 servers all around the world, TunnelBear is by far, the best available VPN option. The servers are located at almost 20 locations and it can support 5 devices at a time. Running from Canada, TunnelBear is a simple and easy to use software. You can install the Chrome extension and register with your email address to use it anytime. To get started, click the TunnelBear address icon and choose your location from the available list.
The reason we kept it for the last is that its free plan has a limit of 500MB per month which is surely not enough. However, if you tweet about the service, your data limit can be increased to an addition of 1GB.