Avast VPN Review

Avast VPN offers a decent mobile experience, but it’s basic when compared to other top providers. Apple’s their explanation App Store is the only location to buy a membership for its iOS app. There is a free version of the PC and Mac client that doesn’t require payment information. If you decide to purchase the product, it comes with a 30-day refund guarantee.

The apps are easy to use and sleek. You only need to tap to connect to a web server and to change location, you can select a location on the home screen. The apps are easy to use and offer a limited number of options for advanced settings. However, those who are new to the technology will appreciate the ease of use. It’s also a plus that they are nearly identical across all devices.

In the past few months, Avast has been improving its VPN services. The apps are more user-friendly and Avast has also introduced a robust 24/7 customer support system, and simplified its three-tier pricing structure. The company has also made major technical improvements, including introducing its Mimic protocol and introducing quicker connection times.

Avast SecureLine offers a reliable VPN for use in everyday life at a low cost. Its features include a kill switch that prevents data from being transmitted if the connection is lost. Furthermore, it supports multiple protocols, including OpenVPN over TCP and UDP ports, IKEv2 over IPsec on MacOS and IPSec over SSL/TLS on Android. It is a SSL 256-bit AES encrypted connection, and it can support up to 10 devices simultaneously.