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Avast VPN Review

If you’re new to VPNs, Avast’s apps are a breeze to get started. The service offers a fully-featured seven-day trial period without the need for credit card details and there are no limitations on the amount of data or servers during the free period. The application has an easy-to-use interface and simple, easy-to-use layout. The application also has many additional features like password manager and Cleanup Premium which can help speed up your computer by getting rid of junk files.

The Avast VPN review application shows both your original and VPN addresses. If you hover over the last eight characters of each address will show an explanation of each Octet (it can identify up to 255 devices). It’s a nice feature that could prove helpful to anyone using the service, but it’s not enough to make it into our top list of best Avast VPNs.

Avast SecureLine has 700+ servers in 34 countries, and also has anti-geo-blocking features which can help overcome pricing discrimination in streaming services and government control. The application also supports P2P as well as mobile applications that are optimized for iOS and Android. Avast lets you install the software on 10 devices. However you can only connect to two devices simultaneously.

The Avast vpn review is available for Windows, MacOS, Android and iOS and includes a browser extension for Chrome and Firefox. The desktop apps are quite powerful, and include support for the OpenVPN protocol, beta support for the ultra-fast WireGuard and the kill switch to ensure your connection will never drop. Avast is regarded as a robust security tool, however, the company’s past history of selling the data collected through its browser extensions for antivirus remains a source of concern. The company promises not to keep your IP address or DNS queries. The privacy policy of the company is very clear and straightforward.


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