As the name suggests, ProtonVPN was developed by the same team as the great mail client Protonmail, one of the most secure alternatives available on Android. And this new tool is no different. That said, before using it you have to register on their official website.
ProtonVPN is super easy to use. From the main screen you can select a country from which to connect to the internet. There are countries from all over the world to choose from: Germany, Spain, Singapore, Japan, Canada, United States, etc. All you have to do is tap a country on the map and select 'connect'. It's that easy.
ProtonVPN is an excellent VPN tool that guarantees total privacy and security. Plus, it comes with an elegant and easy to use interface, something that's often missing from these kinds of apps. As a final note, it's important to keep in mind that ProtonVPN keeps NO RECORD of your activity online, so they couldn't share it even if they wanted to.
So far, 2018 has proven to be a great year, full of high-quality apps that deserve our attention. After going over the best Android games of 2018 to date, it's now time to announce the apps that have most impressed us this year. Read on to see our selection of the best Android apps of 2018.
Opera VPN has taken its users on a pleasant and rewarding journey for the past couple of years. Ever since the viking-themed app opened its doors, its VPN service has been one of the best thanks to the fact that it's both free and easy to use. We've already mourned the loss of Opera Max (although it did come back to life recently), but the definitive shut down of Opera VPN is a real tragedy for those of us who use its services. Unfortunately, Olaf is saying goodbye forever on April 30, 2018. But keep your chin up, buttercup. We've found five alternative apps to fill the void in your heart that Opera VPN is sure to leave behind.
Requires Android 4.4 or higher