The Best VPN for your Tablet
VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) are used all over the world to make surfing more secure and anonymous (click here to read about the bet VPN for Europe), and they can be used on a number of different devices, such as smart phones, computers and tablets. Today we’ll be looking at the best VPN for you if you are using a tablet.
The first thing you have to find out is what operating system your tablet runs on. Chances are it’ll either be Android powered, or it will run on one of the Mac mobile operating systems. You’ll know if it’s the latter because you’ll have an Apple product, so it couldn’t be much more obvious! Once you have this sussed, then you might want to consider the following:
A decent choice for android powered devices OpenVPN. This is an open source piece of software which is compatible with these devices. It can be a bit tricky to set up on your tablet however, so in order to make sure you don’t get in too much of a mess with OpenVPN, there’s OpenVPN for Android, an app which helps you to set OpenVPN up on your tablet. The problem is though, that this app itself can run into problems, occasionally glitching. However, some providers of OpenVPN do actually provide their own apps for setting up OpenVPN, so this may be some help.
Another great VPN, and a good alternative to OpenVPN (if it’s not for you) is Hidemyass). This works on both Android and iOS powered tablets, so you’ll have no worries about it working. What’s more, easy to set up! Hidemyass features a host of extra pieces of technology which make it a pleasure to use, as well as one of the securest and speediest VPNs around – in particular, they have their ‘Speed Guide’, a feature which is dedicated to ensuring that Hidemyass runs as quickly as possible (I like this feature a lot. So much so, I have written about it elsewhere a few times!).
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