The Avast VPN application is easy to use, simple and has some excellent security features. It doesn’t have essential features like split tunneling and killing buttons. Also, it’s not equipped with an integrated Ad-blocker. It’s a great service overall, but there are many other services that offer better features at an affordable cost.

Anyone who has used Avast antivirus software is familiar with the Windows client’s inviting, easy to navigate interface. It’s simple to use and easy to use. The hamburger menu at the top right will lead you to «Settings.» You can connect either manually or automatically by clicking on the Change Location button. You’ll then get a list that is of connections categorized by region and function (P2P, streaming).

Avast VPN provides a high level of security thanks to its 256-bit AES encryption, which stops WebRTC leaks and DNS leaks. It also supports the highly secure OpenVPN protocol, and also has beta support for WireGuard. This lets you connect to places where VPNs aren’t allowed. It’s a great option for people who have intermittent internet connections.

Avast’s privacy policies are more transparent than many and it doesn’t track your originating IP address or the websites you visit. However, it does keep track of the amount of data that was uploaded and downloaded during your session.

Avast VPN provides a 7-day trial that is free and does not require a credit card. You can then choose between a one-, two- or three year subscription that can be used on up to five devices. It accepts credit cards, PayPal and Perfect Money however it doesn’t accept cash or cryptocurrencies.