Best VPN for Mac and How to Setup Guide

Today I’ll be talking about the best VPN for Mac. There are many different Apple devices. Most often the iPhone, the iPod, or the iPad spring to mind when you think of the company – but don’t forget that Steve Jobs’ brainchild started as a computer company, and to this day creates some of the best laptops and desktops around. As such, I’ll be focusing on the best VPNs for the MacBook and iMac range of devices. However, if you’re interested in the best VPN for the iPhone.

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List of Best VPN for Mac

1. Private Internet Access

So to begin with, let’s consider Private Internet Access. Private Internet Access does exactly what it says on the tin – it’s a VPN that regards your privacy and secure internet connection above anything else. It doesn’t keep logs, meaning that you can be sure no one will snoop on you and see what you’ve been doing on the internet. What’s more, you can sign up to Private Internet Access with an anonymous email address. If you regard privacy and anonymity, then this is a good choice. And it’s compatible with most devices, meaning that not only can you install it on your Mac, but also your iPhone (if you’re a true Apple geek!).

2. Hidemyass

An alternative VPN is Hidemyass. Like Private Internet Access, it provides all the tools to help you surf the web with security and anonymity – and it runs perfectly on Apple operating systems. Where it perhaps wins over Private Internet Access, is the fact that it comes with month-long money back guarantee. If you don’t like this VPN for the first 30 days, then send it back and you’ll be fully reimbursed (Private Internet Access doesn’t offer any such deal). What’s more, Hidemyass is available at the low, low price of just $9.99 a month.

3. NordVPN service

Per month cost of this service is $5 and it has servers in 2 countries. PPTP and L2TP are supported by this service. You can enjoy unlimited data usage and download speed with NordVPN. For torrent lovers, NordVPN will be great.

4. PureVPN service

Unlimited data usage is an attractive feature of this VPN service. The service costs $4.16 on a monthly basis. The various protocols supported by this service are Android, Windows, and Mac.

5. Mullvad VPN service

It costs $5.57  per month. It has 5 servers in 5 countries. It supports PPTP and OpenVPN. Mullvad provides a superb 2048 bit encryption. Moreover, it doesn’t keep user logs which is a good feature. Torrents/P2P is allowed in this VPN environment.

Steps to connect your Mac to a VPN

  • Turn On your Mac >> Go to Apple menu>> System Preferences >> Network.
  • It will display the list of VPN available, Select yours.
  • Signup and configure it (enter the id and password).
  • Then Click to connect.

That’s about all for today’s lesson in VPNs and Macs.

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