Presto VPN hides your true identity and enables you to access blocked content easily. It is available as a Google Chrome extension. While it’s called Presto VPN, it’s a proxy in reality.
Presto helps you unblock online content by offering several free and dedicated proxies. And to use these proxies, you don’t need to register or create an account. They are readily available and you can connect to them as and when you want.
You can add any number of proxies to your list and switch between them to stay anonymous. The extension also gives you the option to block Flash and WebRTC. As you might already know, WebRTC leaks the real IP addresses of users, which is why many people prefer to block WebRTC.
If you’re a security conscious user, it’s best to block it. However, keep in mind that the use of your browser will be limited and you might not be able to make video calls.
Presto also has an inbuilt ad blocker, which means you can visit any website without going through pesky unskippable ads. You can also select if you don’t want images or objects to load.
If you’re looking for text-based information, there is no use for images and it’s just extra data consumed. You can simply switch off all the images and objects in web pages and access a much faster Internet that loads just text.
And since it’s very easy to install, it has been installed and used by thousands of users.
Speed determines how fast content uploads, so if you're torrenting or streaming, you want the speed to be somewhat identical to your regular internet speed. Since a VPN encrypts your data, it usually takes a bit longer to send your data back and forth, which can slow down your connection. However, if your ISP deliberately slows down your connection (also known as throttling) a VPN might increase your internet speed. Testing a VPN is somewhat pointless because new servers pop up and affect speed. Your speed can also differ according to your location, so your speed test might not match ours. Having said that, we tested the speed in numerous locations to provide you with the average.
Presto VPN has 19 servers in 3 countries and 20 IP addresses.
Presto VPN is easy to install and use. Just visit the Google Chrome app store and install Presto VPN. Once you install the extension, it appears as an icon on your Chrome browser.
You can select normal proxy or auto-rotate. If you select auto-rotate, Presto will switch your proxy every 60 seconds. The speeds are pretty good and you won’t notice a big difference.
They have a YouTube tutorial to help you understand how to use it. The link to the tutorial is given in the Chrome extension. All you need to do is add proxies from their list to your own list and it will connect you.
There is no customer care. Their website isn’t active either. The only way to use their service is to directly download and install the extension from the Chrome store.
We personally test the customer support team of every VPN we review. This means asking technical question through the live chat feature (where applicable) and measuring the response time for email questions. Whether you need to connect to a specific server, change your security protocol, or configure a VPN on your router, finding a VPN with quality customer support should be important to you.
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