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So you finally decide to get a VPN, and begin to scour the internet for the best option for your needs. However, you keep coming across terminology that’s somewhat beyond you. What’s the meaning of all those features and technology that different VPNs are equipped with?
It’s no news that VPNs and ISPs have a (now) long-standing love-hate – no wait, it’s mostly hate – relationship. However, some ISPs have been known to make money on the side, too. Namely, some ISPs collect your data and sell it to third parties, such as marketing companies.
Mobile devices are quite vulnerable security-wise, as we often connect them to public WiFi networks. To help you out, we’ve prepared detailed reviews of the best VPNs for iPhone iOS users. Our top recommendations offer intuitive, feature-rich, and user-friendly native apps for iOS.
There’re a lot of things a VPN can do for you. It can add a layer of security against online threats, it can help you keep your data private from third parties, and it can help you access geo-blocked content worldwide, like some geo-restricted streaming services.
The best way to watch BBC iPlayer outside the UK is by using a VPN. Once you connect your PC, smartphone, or iPad (i.e. tablet) to the VPN, you’ll be able to connect to a UK server and directly access content. In this article, show you how you can use a VPN to watch BBC iPlayer from anywhere in the world.
A lot of users rely on their trusty VPN to give them access to geo-restricted streaming services and websites. You can’t access the Netflix US library? No problem, a VPN can help you do just that. Let’s take a look at why you would change your IP to a different location using a VPN and how to do it.
So is a VPN worth it? The short answer is a definitive yes. For the long answer, read on. We’ll cover everything you want to know about VPNs, like what they’re used for, their legal status, the level of protection they provide, how much they cost, the amount of data they spend, and so on.
Extending your VPN to your router can help you provide security and privacy to your entire home network. However, not every router has the features necessary to support a VPN – in fact, a lot of router models either don’t support VPNs or make VPN firmware updates feel like rocket science.