IPVanish VPN Android
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IPVanish VPN is a VPN app for Android that masks our IP address when accessing the Internet and allows us to browse privately without restrictions


Browse the Internet freely and anonymously

June 5, 2024
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Online privacy is hard to preserve although there are plenty of apps that try to make it easier. IPVanish VPN, for instance, the application that hides the real IP address of our device when we visit a web or use any of the applications installed on our phone.

Browse much safer from your Android

This application offers us the possibility to spoof our IP address and location so that we become invisible in terms of being tracked down by any server we visit, offering us full anonymity. But the advantages of using a VPN service go way beyond this aspect as it also allows us to make the most of the following features:

  • Skip restrictions: once we've spoofed our location, we can access contents that are restricted in our country due to copyright reasons or censorship.
  • Browse safely: this invisibility helps us to hide from cybercriminals and anyone who wants to track our activity putting our privacy at stake when we access a public WiFi network, for instance.

The app includes over 40,000 IP addresses from 60 different countries and 850 servers distributed all over the world. In turn, it also offers us 256-bit AES encryption.

However, although we can download the APK of IPVanish for free, we have to sign up as a user and subscribe to one of its plans. In other words, if you were looking for a VPN that's totally free, you'll have to carry on searching for other alternatives.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 5.1
  • Offers in-app purchases.
Elies Guzmán

With a degree in History, and later, in Documentation, I have over a decade of experience testing and writing about apps: reviews, guides, articles, news, tricks, and more. They have been countless, especially on Android, an operating system...

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