Avast VPN Review

Avast apps are simple to use for users who are new to VPNs. The service offers a seven-day full-featured trial that does not require credit card details. There are no limitations on data or servers. The application has an easy interface and a simple, easy-to-use layout. It also includes a number of additional features, such as Cleanup Premium and password manager that can help you speed your computer by eliminating junk files.

The Avast VPN review application displays your initial and VPN IP addresses. Clicking on the last octet on either will display a popup explaining what each octet represents (it can identify a maximum of 255 devices). It’s an interesting feature that can be useful to anyone who uses the service. But it’s not enough to earn Avast a place on our list of the best Avast VPNs.

Avast SecureLine is a global company that has 700+ servers. It has anti-geoblocking capabilities which can allow you to avoid price discrimination and government censorship in the case of streaming services. The app also supports P2P and has mobile applications that are optimized for iOS and Android. Avast lets you install the software on up to ten devices but you can only connect two at the same time.

The Avast VPN review is available for Windows, MacOS, Android as well as iOS, and the software comes with a built-in browser extension for Chrome and Firefox. The desktop apps are impressive and support OpenVPN, beta support for WireGuard and a kill switch to ensure that your connection is not lost. Avast’s security products have a reputation for being durable however its history of selling the data collected by its browser extensions for antivirus makes me hesitant. However Avast has made a promise not to retain your initial IP address and DNS queries, nor your browsing history and its privacy policy is clear and straightforward.


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