PureVPN (www.purevpn.com) has released newly updated versions of its popular Windows and Android apps. The apps have been re-designed for simplicity and greater ease of use. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
New Windows app
Several VPN providers have released updated versions of their Windows apps following the launch of Windows 10.
PureVPN’s new Windows app has given greater attention to the needs of users and personalization.
The new beta dialer has added iPV6 leak protection for increased security next to the VPN’s kill switch, DDoS protection and Secure DNS.
You’ll find that servers can now be sorted by the purpose, such as sports in Germany for example. Users can also select their favorite servers and store these options for quick and easy access.
The newly redesigned dashboard gives you a snapshot of your browsing activity so you can keep an eye on download and upload speeds.
Fresh take on Android
The new beta version of the Android sees some re-designs too. The user interface has been re-designed, which you’ll notice as soon as you launch the app and login functions via social media have been added as well. You can also save your credentials if you’d like to switch between different VPN accounts.
The dashboard too has been simplified even further by streamlining access to servers, making it easier to scroll through your options. And similar to the Windows update, you can select a specific use, like TV or gaming, and the best location for it.
The Android app is available to download from the Play Store. iPhone users can find the iOS version here.
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This article is sponsored by PureVPN