Is there any best VPN apps for android? galaxy j7

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Feb 20, 2016 2:32:49 PM via Website


I have recently bought Samsung Galaxy J7 & I'm looking for some VPN App solution for it. Is there any Free or cheap vpn service provider out there which will make my phone 100% secure and anonymous. Does anyone have experience with this and can recommend which providers?
I got some names at: most secure vpn
and what about cyberghost or hotspot shield?

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Feb 21, 2016 9:31:54 PM via Website

Hey Now,

I use Cyberghost on my S-III but instead of the app I use the native vpn app in CM-12.1 to configure a IPSEC VPN Connection to the Netherlands Servers. Set up your Cyberghost account, login in your browser. Find the Devices Tab and Add Device. Instead of Configuring OpenVPN I use IPSEC. Once you have your account, server info, username & password go into settings/more connections & click on VPN (Make sure you have a LockScreen Pin Setup Before Setting up the VPN on your Android). Name the connection CG_IPSEC, next choose IPSEC, then type server address & finally PreShared Secret hit "ok/done". Click on the New CG_Ipsec VPN, enter username, password & check remember me then click "ok/done". Once connected you'll see an Icon that looks like a key next to your WiFi/Data Icon in the Notification Bar. I hope that helped you out. Oh, I usually use Dolphin Zero or Chrome Dev (Incognito Mode).

New Orleans, LA

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Feb 27, 2016 6:16:54 PM via Website

That's hell of answer, thanks any way! but cyberghost doesn't not comes with unlimited bandwidth, also it will disconnect after each 3 hours. overall its best VPN to use free!

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Feb 27, 2016 6:30:10 PM via Website

I use an App called "Cloud VPN" on my tablet as a workaround for youtube. Doesn't seem to have any restrictions, not had any disconnects and for a VPN, speeds seem fairly ok. Been able to watch HD content without the dreaded "buffering" so maybe give that one a look.

However, if you're looking for complete anonimity, then TOR is the only viable option. You wont get the blistering connection speeds, but it's a sacrifice you need to take for wanting to be 100% secure and anonymous.

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Feb 28, 2016 6:42:56 PM via Website

That would be great option, thanks Dave!

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Mar 2, 2016 11:43:38 AM via Website

PureVPN is exceptionally good. The only VPN provider taking privacy and internet neutrality very seriously.

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Aug 9, 2016 12:20:58 PM via Website

You are right Sarah I am also looking for some internet security and privacy App, heard a lot about VPN for my Google play store someone suggested to use VPN to unblock the items and to change country still wondering which would be the best VPN for my Android?

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Aug 23, 2016 12:23:34 AM via Website

One VPN service which is very good and cheap is "Private Internet Access". I'm using it for a while and everything is alright. Check out this website, they have a great review from the service:

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Oct 27, 2016 11:33:32 AM via Website

Don't go for a Free VPN ever!! They sell your bandwidth, show ads and log. I have been using Ivacy VPN for a while, and just recently the upgraded their Android App. The new app is just wow. Express is also a good choice, but a bit costly for me.

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Nov 12, 2016 4:36:43 AM via Website

You can try hidemyass, they are also cheap

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Jan 12, 2017 3:37:51 PM via Website

Agreed, free VPNs should be avoided at any cost. There's no need to pay 10 dollars per month for a good VPN, there are lots of affordable VPNs out there. Check out they have reviewed a few VPNs under $4/mo and they all seem to work with Android as well.

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Mar 3, 2017 8:52:45 AM via Website

HSS is free but that version isn't really a VPN, it's more of a proxy. Its paid version i guess is a proper VPN. I've only used its free ver but have heard the paid one's decent. Same is the case with Cyberghost. You should also check out the difference between paid and free VPNs and Proxy vs VPN before you pick any VPN whatsoever. Just a friendly suggestion.
My personal experience with Ivacy VPN has been great so far. SO you should give that a try too.

As an insurance policy. if you are inclined towards an option, go for the paid one. You can always get one with a trial or a refund policy to assess the service. For anonymity, there are certain things you need to ask yourself before you pick a VPN, like:

  1. What do you need a VPN for? (activities)
  2. What's your definition of anonymity?
  3. What counts as an anonymous VPN for you?
  4. What's the region you live in?
  5. Where's the VPN you're buying, registered?

Again, read more on anonymous VPN before you proceed as well.

Honestly, not sure about the brand most secure vpn.