The Avast VPN app is simple user-friendly and offers anchor a range of excellent security features. It doesn’t have essential features like split tunneling and killing buttons. Also, it doesn’t come with an integrated Ad-blocker. It’s a great overall service however, there are other options with better features at the same price.

Anyone who has used Avast antivirus software is familiar with the Windows client’s friendly, easy to navigate interface. Its design is intuitive and the hamburger menu at the top right leads to “Settings.” The Windows application can connect automatically, or start a connection manually clicking the Change Location button. Then, you’ll get a list that is that is categorized according to region, and function (P2P streaming, P2P).

Avast VPN provides strong security thanks to its 256-bit AES encryption, which stops WebRTC leaks as well as DNS leaks. It also supports the extremely secure OpenVPN protocol, and offers beta support for WireGuard which allows you to connect in locations that might otherwise block VPNs. It’s a great choice for people with sporadic internet connections.

Avast’s privacy policies are more transparent than other policies, and it does not keep track of your IP address or websites you visit. However, it does keep track of the amount of data you upload and downloaded over your session.

Avast VPN offers a free seven-day trial, which does not require an account with a credit card. You can then pick between one, two- or three year subscription for up to five devices. It accepts PayPal, Perfect Money and credit cards, but does not offer cash payments or cryptocurrencies.