One of the newest VPN tools on the market is named IPVanish. We have taken a look upon IPVanish and here we will share our thoughts on this promising product. Keep on reading, and find out what we have to say in this IPVanish review.
The first impression is very important when you look for a trustworthy and easy to use VPN tool. IPVanish scores high from the first moment on, because their webpage is very easy to use and easy to understand. They do not have tons of prices and packages, but once you make a subscription for a certain amount of time you will have the right to connect to all their servers in all their nations in that period of time.
Once you have made a subscription you can easily download the IPVanish client which is easy to use and even your grandmother could understand how to use the IPVanish client. One of the things we really liked about the IPVanish client was the fact that it writes the ping time of the different servers next to the server city and nation, making it much easier to connect to the server with the best ping in a given nation, instead of trying each.
Use IPVanish on 5 devices simultaneously
Since August 2016 IPVanish allow its users to use their VPN subscription on as much as 5 devices at the same time. That is a fantastic upgrade as they earlier only allowed this on 2 devices. This means that a family of five only needs one single IPVanish subscription, and all five can use it at the same time!
IPVanish has a total over more than 20000 IP addresses available on more than 500 servers in a total of 60 countries (and growing). They support OpenVPN, L2TP and PPTP protocols and as a user with a subscription you have access to all servers in all nations.
At the moment you can find servers in the following nations:
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and the United States of America.
IPVanish Speed tests
We have been testing IPVanish and their servers in lots of nations. In general we can say that their speeds are very good and we were satisfied with the results, but in some nations we could have wished for higher speeds. At best we had speeds exceeding 20Mbps, while in the worst cases speeds were around 1Mbps. If you look for IPVanish speed information about one certain nation, read our articles dealing with IP addresses in different nations, or use the search bar on the right and write the name of the nation you are interested in (hopefully we will have posted an article about how to get an IP address in that nation including speeds tests giving you the VPN tools with the best speeds for that given nation).
If you are looking for a VPN tool that is easy to use, quick to get started with and with great prices, IPVanish might be the thing. The interface is one of our favorite VPN tool interfaces and their prices are for sure among the best on the market. In 2014 we also judged IPVanish to be the easiest VPN service to use on the market! If you want to try IPVanish yourself, click the link beneath this text. If you have tried IPVanish yourself, why not write a short review and share your thoughts about the tool using the comment field!
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