Lantern sets out to illuminate the path to a borderless Internet, all while keeping your traffic in the dark.
Lantern is NOT a VPN — and neither does it claim to be one. What we have here is an open-source proxy designed with accessibility in mind.
That said, Lantern does advertise encryption. It only works upon opening a restricted website or service, which renders the whole “security” argument void. But again, Lantern explicitly states it’s not an anonymity software, and users are made aware of that in the ToS.
With around 60 million users across all compatible platforms, VPN Proxy Master is certainly doing something right. With a free version and a paid VIP version, this VPN remains one of the most sought after on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. It also manages to have some very fine reviews and ratings on both platforms.
Whether you’re looking to stream videos on Netflix while overseas or simply unblock useful websites, VPN Proxy Master certainly knows how to get the job done. There’s no bandwidth restriction so you can use the service as much as you like without any breaks. The VPN is also reasonably fast across all platforms making it easy to stream your favorite content witho... read more
The mobile VPN market is rapidly growing, yet full of almost identical apps. How can a provider switch things up and offer a VPN service that stands out?
ZeroVPN’s answer to this dilemma is an ultra-simple, reliable client — in other words, going back to the basics.
This VPN is currently Android-exclusive, offering a modest number of servers on three continents. It likes to advertise itself as a free service, but don’t be fooled — the network is severely limited unless you upgrade to the paid VIP package.
Still, ZeroVPN remains a cheap mobile solution for basic unblocking purposes — services like Facebook, WhatsApp, Pandora, and others can be accessed despite censorship ef... read more
Starting out as an Android app, Philippines-based DroidVPN now offers a PC client as well. However, advanced users will find little reason to hang around.
If you’re keen on trying DroidVPN out, we recommend sticking to the free version — you’ll only get 200MB of daily bandwidth, but basic unblocking (chat apps, Facebook, Google) is about all you can expect anyway.
It’s always a red flag when a provider is brief about their encryption. DroidVPN doesn’t provide any info on its security levels, but you can see that they have four security protocols -- HTTP, ICMP, and OpenVPN UDP/TCP. Whatever the case, don’t hold your breath for solid protection.
DroidVPN is also prone to co... read more
Ultrasurf is a rather curious case — it’s a mysterious product that doesn’t label itself as a VPN or proxy, yet it works in an identical manner.
But there are many other quirks:
What you get with Ultrasurf is a new IP address, obtained from Ultrasurf’s servers via a proxy, in addition to industry-standard encryption to safeguard your traffic. And that’s about it — you won’t find advanced security features, state-of-the-art GUIs, 24/7 customer support, or custom streaming servers.
You don’t get a money-back guarantee, either. That’s because Ultrasurf is completely free.
So what’s the deal with this “VPN”? Well, in order to get an answer to this question, you... read more
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