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Betternet App

December 11, 2016

Betternet is a high-quality VPN service provider that has emerged as one of the most popular providers on the market due to the fact that it also offers its services completely free. It operates many servers located in 10 different world countries and uses hundreds of IP addresses to keep your online identity safe.

The Betternet app brings all the advantages Betternet has to offer directly to your smartphone or tablet. Join us and find out whether the Betternet app is easy to use and how safe it is.

APP Design

Betternet has one of the simplest and at the same time most beautiful designs we’ve ever seen. The smiling face in a white shield, which is its logo, follows you throughout the journey, informing you that your VPN works. The colors and gentle and soothing, with blue, green, and white shades dominating the interface.

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Ease Of Use

The Betternet app is incredibly easy to use, even if this is your first encounter with a VPN. For inexperienced users, Betternet offers tips on using the app following activation.

To activate the VPN, just click the Connect button. Similarly, to stop using it, just tap Disconnect. The menu button is also easily accessible and the options are very clear. You can access customer support directly from the app without opening your browser. Free users don’t have a lot of options at their disposal, which makes the entire experience even simpler. Paid users can make use of some extra features, which are all easy to locate and use.

If you’re a Premium user, you can switch between different servers, which is not something free users can do. However, if you want to switch from the free version to the paid one, you can subscribe to the Premium membership in a few simple steps without leaving the app.

Performance

The free version of the Betternet app is better than most other free VPNs, but it does slow down your Internet connection a bit. On the other hand, it works properly and connects you to one of its servers automatically.

The Premium version provides better speed and allows you to choose the server you want to connect to, which can also improve performance, as connecting to the nearest server to your actual location can reduce latency. You can also change the servers as often as you want.

The Betternet app provides first-rate protection regardless of whether you are a free or Premium user. It uses OpenVPN and IPSec protocols with high-level encryption.

Subscription

As already mentioned, you can download the Betternet app for free and use it for as long as you want, no questions asked. You can also use it on as many devices as you want, which is extremely rare among VPN providers.

The paid version comes with more benefits, of course. For example, it doesn’t feature ads that constantly appear in the free version, which can be super annoying.

Premium users can choose between the monthly, 6-month, and annual subscriptions. The monthly plan costs $11.99, the 6-month plan is $3.99 per month, and the annual subscription is only $2.99 a month.

Pros

As we’ve already stated, the Betternet app is extremely user-friendly and has a beautiful design with a lovely smiling logo. The Betternet app is not only pleasing to the eye, it provides top-of-the-line service thanks to excellent protocols and strong encryption. It also has a strict no logs policy, which contributes to your online safety and anonymity. On the top of all of this, there’s a free version.

Cons

Betternet has a few weak points. One of them is the lack of any additional security features such as DNS leak protection or kill switch. Moreover, if you want to become a Premium user, you need to leave your bank card information because you can’t pay with BitCoin.

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