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Avast VPN Review

If you’re new to VPNs Avast’s applications make it simple to begin. The service comes with a full-featured seven-day trial, without needing any details for credit cards and there are no limitations on the amount of data or servers during the free trial. The app comes with a simple and intuitive interface. The program also includes several additional features, such as Cleanup Premium and password manager, which can help you speed up your computer by getting rid of junk files.

The Avast vpn review app displays the original and VPN IP addresses. Clicking on the last octet from either will display a pop-up explaining what each octet represents (it can identify up to 255 devices). It’s an interesting feature that could be beneficial to anyone who utilizes the service. However, it is not enough to warrant Avast’s inclusion on our list of top Avast VPNs.

Avast SecureLine has 700+ servers in 34 countries, and it has anti-geo-blocking capabilities which can help overcome pricing discrimination in streaming services and government restriction of. The app supports P2P and has mobile apps optimized both for iOS and Android. Avast lets you install the software on up to ten devices, however, it is only possible to connect two at one time.

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 applications are impressive and support OpenVPN as well as beta support for WireGuard and a kill switch to ensure that your connection is never dropped. Avast is regarded as an effective security tool, however, the past history of selling the data collected through its browser extensions for antivirus remains a source of concern. However the company promises not to retain your original IP address or DNS queries browsing history and its privacy policy is clear and straightforward.

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