Given your location I'd say "nah" to both of thoseI just ran across and article saying it was a good idea to use a VPN while browsing it claimed you had access to more on the internet while using. Does it get you around data limits imposed by wonderful ISPS by chance?
Ditto.It would help to list what your goals are as there are different reasons why one would want to use a VPN. I run my own VPN server so I can access my home network when I'm away and securely use the internet when I'm connected to a public wifi. I run an OpenVPN server on my router and use the OpenVPN app on my iPad to connect to it. It works great.
Yes, most do, but some video streaming apps like Netflix and Amazon are good at detecting VPN servers and usually won’t play content until you turn them off. You may also want to turn a VPN off for sensitive things like making banking deposits. I know if I have a VPN on the Capital One app, for example, it will make me verify my Touch ID login with an additional code they text or email.Do VPNS work with apps too as well as browsers/safari on ipad
I use TUNNEL BEAR and it has been good. I still get good speeds and no hassles to date. I have it turn on when I start my iBook Pro. You can download for a free trial to get a feel for it.How about using a vpn for secure browsing on public WiFi? Any recommend apps? I used to use the paid version of cloak but it became less reliable after some updates.
Nope. It just makes so what you are doing isn't monitored by ISP. They can still see the data totals being transmittedI just ran across and article saying it was a good idea to use a VPN while browsing it claimed you had access to more on the internet while using. Does it get you around data limits imposed by wonderful ISPS by chance?
yesDo VPNS work with apps too as well as browsers/safari on ipad
In my opinion, you should use it all the time. Your ISP provider is tracking everything you do on the internet, and selling your info to other companies, which can include targeting ads to you.I prefer Private Internet Access as it seems to be the most reliable for me on both iOS and MacOS. I mostly use my VPN when I'm on public Wifi networks.