The Avast VPN app is simple, easy to use and has a variety of security features. However, it’s lacking some essential features, including a kill switch as well as split tunneling. It also doesn’t have an Ad-blocker that is built-in. While it’s a good service overall There are other services that have better features for the price.

The Windows client comes with a nice user interface that is a familiar experience for anyone who’s used Avast’s antivirus software. It’s user-friendly and intuitive. The hamburger menu on the top right will lead you to “Settings.” You can connect in a manual or automatic manner by clicking on the Change Location button. You’ll then be able to view a list of connections that are that is categorized according to region, and function (P2P, streaming).

Security is robust with Avast VPN thanks to its 256 bit AES encryption and the fact that it prevents WebRTC leaks and DNS leaks. It also supports the highly secure OpenVPN protocol, and offers beta support for WireGuard, which lets you connect to areas that might otherwise block VPNs. It’s an excellent option for people who have intermittent internet connectivity.

Avast’s privacy policies are more transparent than many and it doesn’t record your IP address from which you came or the websites you visit. It does record the amount data that was uploaded and downloaded during your session.

Avast VPN offers a free 7-day trial that doesn’t require a credit card. You can then choose between one, two- or three year subscription that can be used on up to five devices. It accepts credit cards, PayPal and Perfect Money but doesn’t support cash or cryptocurrencies.

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