THE app to have when you’re blocked on the road.
For those who don’t know, VPN stands for “virtual private network,” and it comes in superbly handy when you’re traveling or living in a country where certain content is blocked (hello, China!)
VPN basically allows you to bypass location-based limitations so you can browse the web or use social media channels with higher security by encrypting your online activities especially if you’re using an airport’s open Wi-Fi network.
Since I’m an avid traveler and often to countries where certain sites are blocked (imagine not being able to access Jetset Times in Iran…yikes!) I’ve tried multiple VPNS in order to post photos on social media as often as I wish. Recently, the discovery of Express VPN has shown that it might just be THE app to download when you’re blocked on the road. Here are a few reasons why you’d love it too:
1. It’s SO simple to use.
Many VPN users may be intimidated by how complicated and overwhelming the technology sounds like. Express VPN makes it easy for beginners to navigate through the process. The setup is effortless with high security of 256bit encryption.
2. It’s speedy.
Many VPNs out there may be easy to download but once you start using it, you’re practically staring at a blank screen as minutes wastefully pass by. Express VPN is fast via unlimited bandwidth across 97 servers.
3. Fantastic customer support.
What happens if nothing seems to be working right? Although there’s only chat and email support, Express VPN’s customer service is great with a 30-day money back guarantee.
4. Connecting multiple devices.
This comes in handy when you’re working off of a laptop, a phone and other media consoles. Express VPN allows you to connect 3 devices simultaneously, and it works on all operating systems.
5. It’s worth the bucks!
Although basic monthly price is at USD $12.95/month and a bit less at USD $8.32/year, because of its reliability, high security and speed; you get what you pay for with Express VPN while other options may come free but don’t work nearly as well.
Have you ever used Express VPN? Let us know what you think in the comments.