Avast VPN Review

If you’re new to VPNs, Avast’s apps are a breeze to begin. The service offers a fully-featured seven-day trial that doesn’t require details about your credit card and there are no restrictions on data or servers during the trial period. The application has a easy, intuitive interface. It also comes with other options like the ability to manage passwords and Cleanup premium, which can improve the speed of your computer by the removal of junk files.

The Avast VPN review app displays your primary and VPN IP addresses. Hovering over the last octet from the IP address will either show a popup explaining what each octet represents (it can identify up to 255 devices). It’s a nice feature that could prove helpful to anyone who uses the service, but it’s not enough to earn a spot in our top list of the best Avast VPNs.

Avast SecureLine is a global company that has 700+ servers. It offers anti-geoblocking features that allow you to bypass price discrimination and government censorship when streaming services are available. The app also supports P2P, and it has mobile apps designed for iOS and Android. Avast allows you to install the software on 10 devices. However you can only connect to two at once.

The Avast VPN review is available on Windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS, and the software includes a built-in browser extension for Chrome and Firefox. The desktop apps are quite robust, with support for the OpenVPN protocol and beta support for ultra-fast WireGuard and an automatic kill switch to ensure your connection doesn’t drop. Avast is regarded as an extremely secure security tool, however, the past history of selling the data collected through its browser extensions for antivirus remains a source of concern. However Avast has made a promise not to store your original IP address as well as DNS queries or browsing history, and its privacy policy is clear and simple.


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