Avast VPN Review


If you’re new to VPNs Avast’s apps are a breeze to begin. It offers a fully-featured seven-day trial period without the need for details for credit cards, and there are no limitations on servers or data during the free trial. The app has a simple and intuitive interface. The software comes with additional features such as a password manager and Cleanup premium, which will accelerate your computer’s performance through the elimination of junk files.

The Avast VPN review application displays both your original and VPN addresses. By hovering over the last eight characters of either address will show an explanation for each octet (it can identify up to 255 devices). It’s a nice feature that should prove useful to anyone who uses the service, however it’s not enough to earn a spot in our top list of the best Avast VPNs.

Avast SecureLine has 700+ servers in 34 countries, and it offers anti-geo-blocking functions that work around pricing discrimination in streaming services and government restriction of. The app also supports P2P and also has mobile apps that are optimized for iOS and Android. Avast allows you to install the software on ten devices. However you can only connect to two of them at once.

The Avast VPN review is available on Windows, MacOS and Android. It also has an extension built into the browser for Chrome or Firefox. The desktop apps are amazing and include support for OpenVPN, beta support for WireGuard and a kill-switch to ensure that your connection is never dropped. Avast has earned a reputation for being an effective security tool, however, the company’s history of selling data collected by its antivirus browser extensions is still a concern. However the company promises not to keep your original IP address or DNS queries browsing history, and its privacy policy is clear and simple.