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Best Free VPN Apps for iPhone To Protect Your Privacy Online


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VPNs, or Virtual Private Networks are incredibly useful tools to have in your networking arsenal. They can keep your identity protected online, allow you to browse safely even on shady WiFi networks, help you circumvent a lot of regional restrictions on websites, access blocked content on the web, and do a lot more. So, if you’re looking to protect your privacy while browsing the internet on your iPhone, here are the best free VPN apps for iPhone that you can use:


1. TunnelBear

TunnelBear is a very well known VPN app. The TunnelBear app for iOS will allow you to connect to a VPN, and browse securely from a number of locations. You can choose to let the app decide on the best location to VPN from, or you can select the location that you want. In the free plan, TunnelBear offers 500 MB of data per month, and you can get an additional 1 GB of data by tweeting at the TunnelBear handle. The app supports countries like US, Sweden, Switzerland, among many others.

Download from the App Store (Free, with in-app purchases)

2. VPN by SurfEasy

One of the highest rated apps on the App Store – VPN by SurfEasy is definitely a good VPN app. By default, the app chooses the most optimum server location to route your traffic through, but if you want, you can change the location to a country that you prefer. SurfEasy offers a number of countries that you can choose to VPN from. The app caps the data limit to 250 MB, but you can get more data by completing the rewards available in the app. These rewards are things like: confirming email, rating the app, and more. None of the rewards require a lot of time to complete, so you can easily get some more data if you want. You can also upgrade your plan to the unlimited data plan at anytime, from the “Upgrades” tab in the app.

Download from the App Store (Free, with in-app purchases)

3. Hotspot Shield

Hotspot Shield is another iOS VPN app that has received high ratings in the App Store. The app asks you to sign up (or sign in), when you first launch it. You can skip it, if you want to use it without creating an account. By default, the app connects you from a US location, and this can’t be changed in the free version of the app. If you want features like changing locations, or getting unlimited streaming data, you will have to subscribe to the Elite version of Hotspot Shield – a process you can complete with an in-app purchase. If you had already purchased Hotspot Shield Elite, the app even gives you an option to restore your purchase, so you can simply get started with your Hotspot Shield subscription.

Download from the App Store (Free, with in-app purchases)

4. Betternet

Betternet is a very minimally designed, and easy to use VPN app, with highly positive ratings on the App Store. You can use the app for free, but in the free version you can only choose from 8 cities in the US. If you want to access the other countries supported by the app, you will have to become a premium user. You can do this with an in-app purchase. Premium membership will also give you additional features, such as a faster connection, along with high quality support for any problem that you might face. Betternet is, as far as VPN apps go, the easiest to use VPN app that you can get on the App Store.

Download from the App Store (Free, with in-app purchases)

5. VPN in Touch

Another VPN app for the iPhone that you can try, is called VPN in Touch. The first thing to know about this app, is that youcan’t use it without registering. However, registering on the app is easy, and once you’ve done that, you’re taken to main interface of the app. Here, you can choose from a number of locations, enable data savings and more. The app starts you off with a free subscription to the Premium plan for 6 days, after which you will have to extend your subscription. The app works well, and is definitely worth a try.


Source: https://beebom.com/best-free-vpn-apps-iphone/

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