Rocket VPN is one of the newer VPNs around. It started as a free program but is now trying to make waves in the paid market as well. While the company is ambitious and seems to be aiming for simplicity and user-friendliness, they’ve still got some way to go.
This Irish company has been marketing their VPN since 2017. While the location isn’t ideal for a VPN vendor, most similar companies (in the U.K. and the U.S.) make up for it by being upfront about their privacy policies. While Rocket VPN claims privacy for its users, it offers few details and they are simply not strong enough in this area.
Rocket VPN has some strengths. The mobile app is very fast, and it occupies only a sm... read more
Shadowsocks is not a traditional VPN, but rather an open source SOCKS5-based proxy project. This means that it does not give you the typical VPN experience by encrypting your data and traffic with a spoofed IP. Instead, it uses HTTPS to effectively disguise your traffic, thereby allowing you to work around geo-restrictions and censored content.
Shadowsocks was created by a Chinese programmer working under the name 'clowwindy', who developed Shadowsocks as an answer to China’s crackdown on VPNs. While the proxy he developed didn’t encrypt traffic, it did fool Chinese servers as to where the IP location was, thus providing an undetectable way of working around content blocks that were pu... read more
SkyVPN is a mostly free VPN that takes a different approach to a free VPN service. They also offer a bit more than you usually see in a free service, and while there is some room for improvement, SkyVPN could very well be one of the best free services available. But is the premium service worth paying for?
Still a relatively new VPN, SkyVPN first surfaced in 2016. The creating company is located in Hong Kong, and it continues to release the VPN in different languages while adding to its features and scope.
The main benefits of SkyVPN are pretty obvious: it’s free, and it offers a decent number of servers and locations. It also has an intuitive design that seems to be more geare... read more
Speedify is one of the most unique VPN services you’ll come across. The company’s mission is to do things a little differently while offering an innovative VPN that makes speed a priority.
Speedify was developed originally in 2014 in the United States and has quickly amassed a large user base while also continually expanding its server options and locations.
The Speedify approach uses something they’ve dubbed “Channel Bonding,” which lets you use multiple connections at the same time. When connected, you can combine your Wi-Fi, mobile data, and Bluetooth connections to increase your speed. You can also prioritize which connections get the majority of the speed boost. Aside from... read more
TgVPN is one of the more unique VPN services on the market. Rather than having a dedicated application that users use to access their servers, they work through the Telegram app. So instead of logging into the VPN software, you start a conversation with the TgVPN bot (@tgvpnbot) in Telegram, and a message comes through allowing you to choose your node connection.
TgVPN believes in protecting its customers' personal information, and the company uses 256-bit AES security to encrypt data. While they may store some of your conversations (because the Telegram application uses cloud storage), they do not have access to the encrypted information. TgVPN's design is to make Telegram security m... read more
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