If you know about Cloak, it means you already know this one because Encryt.me is its new name. Thanks to one of its great features, it is the runner-up: it provides auto-connect. You can make a list of trusted networks in Encrypt-me and it will auto-connect o any other networks. For example, if you have connected to the Wi-Fi from Target before, your iPhone auto-connects when you arrive. Because the Wi-Fi in Target can’t really be trusted, Encrypt-me auto connects without you noticing.
9to5Mac’s Ben Lovejoy’s favorite such service is Nord VPN and the reasons why can’t be debatable. The user interface on this app has the best overall compared to other apps. You have a lot of servers to choose from when you want to connect, and you can even mark your favorites. They also claim to work very good with Netflix and other such streaming services, but we do not recommend using it for that.
The pricing possibilities are not bad either. For example, the linger your subscription is, the less you will pay. For three years you will only need to pay $107.55 while for two or one year you will need to take $95.75 out of your pocket, respectively $83.99.
In conclusion, Nord VPN is an excellent service. It does not provide an auto-connect feature just like Tunnelbear, and Encrypt.me do.
The most fun user interface from all VPN apps is the one from Tunnelbear. The auto-connect feature is offered to you just like Encrypt.me does, so this one receives an additional point from us. This one offers a free plan, and there are not many services that do so, this one also including 500MB per month. With that being said, this is the service you could use for any occasion.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.