5 Best VPN for Android Phone

In 2008, the first ever Android phone was released, the market of Smartphones was all in a hand of one brand, and Apple had the monopoly over the innovation and sales. It means that there was no competition in the market, Apple had the authority to charge whatever the price they wanted; they could employ unparalleled control over what developers and owners can do with it.

Then, Android came into the market, although it is developed by Google with technical familiarity It has created a platform which allows manufacturers and handset with the ability to make their own devices which would be powered by it. It also provides with the platform to change the code to suit whatever purpose they want. The strategy was quite simple, they provided manufacturers with less expensive but extremely high quality OS, and allow them to capture the market and the result was that the handsets with low cost came into the market with some great features, that was previously captured by iPhone.

Android has got so much popularity due to its image as a cheap and spiteful alternative of the iPhone with some great phones just like Samsung Galaxy S3/S4, HTC being the most powerful smartphones ever made.

Winner-Private Internet Access:

Private Internet Access has a huge number of features with a rock solid regard to maintain the privacy of customers. DNS leak protection is featured by the remarkable desktop client. Pre-configured routers are also available which guides about all kinds of VPN setup. You have the permission of 3 simultaneous connections. Port forwarding, latency information is also featured by a great Android App the only disadvantage of the app is that it only acts as a launcher for the VPN client on older, non-open VPN devices, which have to be configured by yourself.

TorGuard:

TorGuard scores extremely high in terms of features. It is a no log company, an excellent desktop client with leak protection of DNS. 5 routers connected at the same time, all are pre-configured routers. It also contains an Android App, unluckily as number of complaints has been heard about TopGuard’s customer service and reports of bad leakage of DNS from its servers.

Kepard:

Kepard Android App is very famous.  Its windows software is very easy to use. This app is one of the most charming and intentional Android VPN software ever seen by us and it matches the desktop client perfectly the OpenVPN is only available for Android 4.0+, the client would ultimately switch to L2TP on the devices which are older. The application always comes with a trail of 15 days. The annoying thing that we have with Kepard is that it keeps logs for 3 days. That’s why we propose the service that maintain no logs at all.

AirVPN:

AirVPN don’t have much ability to support Android app. It is somehow a good service if talk generally, it offers a secured 256-bit AES encryption through the service of brilliant displays of real-time. It supports some great technologies just like VPN over Tor, and VPN through SSL and SSH tunnels.

Mullvad:

Mullvad is considered as a small company, but it has big ideas. We couldn’t be able to connect to servers outside the Germany. An internet will switch, DNS leak protection, and server load information are featured by the Desktop client.

Conclusion:

Every VPN provider can support the Android operating system. Some of them still have to catch up with the release of OpenVPN for Android. The owners of new Android devices are allowed by the OpenVPN for Android to use the protocol minimum fussiness. Old phone users don’t have to worry, as L2PT/IPsec is a great VPN protocol and could work with almost everything

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