TunnelBear – Review and How to Use

A secure VPN service from Toronto, now owned by McAfee offers a decent set of features and solutions to the user. Even if you do not have much knowledge about the VPN and or computer, go to the website and you will quickly find yourself around it. It is easy to understand and install on your device and thus, because of its ease of understanding, it has earned a review in our list of great VPN offerings.

In this article, we will speak about TunnelBear Review and How to Use. Let us dive into more details and get to the specifications to see if it is worth using on your device and laptops.

  1. Features

As compared to some of the other competitors of TunnelBear in the VPN segment, it offers a considerable less amount of countries that it provides access to. It has only 20 countries which are substantially less in comparison to NordVPN and others.

It offers more simplicity than controllability. And if this is what you are after, than TunnelBear is a good option to go forward with. Having an account will enable you to connect 5 devices at the same time and has applications for Mac and Windows OS.

In addition to this, it also serves users on the iOS and Android operating systems. There are also extensions available for your browsers like FireFox, Chrome, and Opera. It offers internet kill switch and connects to the closest server automatically when started.

  1. Performance

Connecting to different servers in various locations is quite easy and hassle-free. It offers good speed in the UK and other European countries along with the United States and Asia. The average speed is around 20 MBPS.

It offers good downloading speed from Torrents and provides access to video streaming platforms like Netflix and others. However, the streaming is not that good and has a mixed bag of results.

  1. Pricing

With the free account of TunnelBear, you can only get up to 500 MB per month, meaning that you can watch up to 25 minutes of video. So, with the giant plan of the service, you get unlimited data at the price of $9.99 each month.

However, if you are paying for the service for the entire year at once, the prices drop to $4.99 each month. All in all, the pricing is completely in range and offers quality at that price point.

How to Use TunnelBear

The VPN service can be used on three different platforms. This includes a personal computer, iOS devices, and Android Phones and Tablets. Setting up the service doesn’t take more than a few minutes and is quite easy to perform. Onto your pc, go the website and sign in, this will take you to the download page, where you have to download the software and then fire the installation wizard.

Once it is installed, all you have to do is log in, using your credentials and you are good to go. If you want to use it on your iOS device, go the app store and install the app to log in and use the service. Go the settings options and under VPN you will be able to connect to one of the many servers. The process remains that same on Android devices as well.

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