Best VPNs for iPhone, iPad and Mac

VPNs are great tools for helping secure your internet access on an unsecured Wi-Fi network, such as those at McDonald’s, but did you know that not all VPNs are created equally?


By using a free VPN that you haven’t carefully read the terms and conditions of, you might be putting your privacy at more of a risk than it would have been just using the unsecured Wi-Fi network to browse the web in the first place.


However in this topic we will be talking about best VPNs services for iPhone, iPad and Mac. We will include some free VPN so you can use them.

1. Private Internet Access 
This considered one of my favorite VPN because it doesn't only work across all of your devices, but it’s both affordable and secure. Complete with end-to-end encryption, no user logging, plenty of servers to pick from, and fast bandwidth speeds, you’ll hardly even know it’s there; on the other hand, anyone who tries to snoop on you will certainly have one dog of a time trying.

Private Internet Access is available in different subscription tiers, depending on whether you plan on being a long or short-term user. Obviously, those who subscribe to the service the longest get the best bulk pricing.

While there isn’t a lifetime payment option and Private Internet Access is a subscription service, the payment plans are affordable, ranging from $3.33-6.95 per month.
2. Hotspot Shield
Hotspot Shield offers both paid and free options, and while I’ve used Hotspot Shield extensively many years ago, they’ve come a long way since then.

Hotspot Shield offers not only a secure encrypted connection from servers all around the world that can get you around unwanted internet blocks, but it also provides built-in malware protection that prevents you from accessing known harmful websites.

The free version of the VPN does assign a unique identifier to its users, but you still get the added benefit of browsing anonymously because your web browsing data is never tied to you. It’s great for everyday web surfing, especially if you’re using public Wi-Fi networks like those in McDonald’s or Starbucks often.

While the free option is ad-supported and offers fewer features, the paid version of Hotspot Shield ranges from $5.99-10.99 per month. You also have the option to buy a lifetime subscription for $109.99.
3. ExpressVPN
When encryption is important to you, ExpressVPN is an excellent contender in the list of some of the world’s best VPN services.
 
ExpressVPN includes a 30-day money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied, which is one of the longest trial periods in the industry.

Depending on how long you want to pay to use the service, ExpressVPN offers a variety of pricing tier options with different term lengths, ranging from $8.32-12.95 per month.

Wrapping up

Not all VPNs are equal and some have more features than others. On the other hand, most paid VPNs offer end-to-end encryption and don’t log your data, which will meet the needs of the average user. Generally, picking the best VPN comes down to what you’re willing to pay and what brand name you trust the most.
 

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