Their logging policy is fairly clear cut. It's good for what it is. The premium version has no data caps, unlimited connections, and servers in 50 countries. The paid version is pretty good, though. During our testing, we didn't run into any real issues. There are over half a dozen countries to choose from. There are three locations available which include the Netherlands, Japan, and the U.
It's a good, simple, free option. The longterm subscription costs are good value compared with the competition too. You connect, it hides your location and your traffic, and that's that. The router has a number of Green Ethernet features on board for saving power and cutting energy costs. It's not available in China for what that's worth. That helps makes it easier for new users.
They do have a no logs policy but only for paid subscribers. It can do all of the things you'd expect. You connect and then surf the web. You can browse anonymously online for as long as you want, but your speed will take a hit — especially when there are a lot of users online. There is a premium version as well. It also features a simple, one-touch interface. You can find out more with a simple email to their customer service.
However, it'll work well enough to make it look like you're somewhere else. It boasts a unique feature. It can also detect if a link is down on a port and put the port into sleep mode. It's top notch in terms of privacy and we would put this toward the top of our recommendations. Additionally, you'll get unlimited bandwidth, unlimited time, and more. It's not a horrible trade off. The interface is a bit more friendly than the official app.
Both of them are fairly decent. The app boasts unlimited use, a range of servers in various countries, and a robust no-logging policy. It features a one-touch connect. The speeds are okay as well. Otherwise, it works as expected.
It boasts a lot of good things. However, we would like to see a more coherent range of prices for various features. It seems almost too good to be true, right? Almost all of them give you a monthly data allowance and some even automatically select the location for you. There are some consumer protections, though. It boasts over 5,000 servers in over 60 countries and also pretty decent speeds. They're very transparent on how they make money and their policies. There are paid plans available, offering unlimited data and the chance to choose the server location.
You can use them to surf otherwise seedy public WiFi with more security and privacy. It supports content filtering that allows you to deny access to non-business-related websites like , , , and others. That includes unlimited bandwidth for free, no logging or user tracking, and it boasts servers all over the world. It has a lot of the same features. It worked perfectly fine during our testing and most Google Play reviews are positive as well. There are a few bugs here and there.
There are also ads present in the Android app, which is annoying. The device offers a combined data rate of 5334 Mbps and is AiMesh-compatible, allowing you to connect it to other Asus routers to expand the Wi-Fi coverage in your home. Otherwise, there isn't much to this one. The pro version obviously removes the cap. The app has a strict no logging policy. These increase the speeds, number of available servers, number of devices, and even Tor support. You can renew or reconnect as needed.
It doesn't require a username, login, or account. It also boasts a no traffic logging. The Green Ethernet feature can detect the length of the cables connected to the router and adjust power usage accordingly to save energy without sacrificing performance. They delete logs after 14 days for free users. They also maintain their own hardware. You'll have to pay for one of the premium plans to get more. You can do things like import.