HMA! Pro VPN 5.1

Hide your true identity and protect your data by connecting through a VPN.
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HMA! Pro VPN offers to hide your online identity by rerouting your data traffic through their servers to conceal your real IP from others. Luckily, in addition to protecting your privacy, HMA! Pro VPN also lets you bypass geo-restrictions and perform torrenting. The app has an easy-to-use interface, you can connect through the VPN by choosing a country and clicking Connect. There is even a Lightning Connect option that chooses the best server for you.

One of the most surprising facts about HMA! Pro VPN is that they support 190 countries as virtual locations. However, this can be deceiving as some of these servers are only virtual, which means that they are physically located somewhere else. In this respect, I chose Havana, Cuba from the list but it did not work. Actually, Google spotted my IP location in Germany instead.

I am sure that, as a user, you would not like your VPN to interfere with your connection speeds. Luckily, this is not the case: HMA! Pro VPN provides rather good speeds, if not excellent.

Logically, another thing to look at is data security. First, the app can be configured to run along with the system and start the service automatically when you connect to the Internet. Fortunately, you can create a list of trusted networks that do not require a VPN. It is also excellent that the tool can reconnect you automatically in case the connection is lost. Likewise, you can activate a killswitch to prevent data leaks in the event of an interruption of the service. more

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Pros

  • Wide network of servers
  • Good connection speeds
  • Uses 256-bit AES to encrypt data
  • Supports OpenVPN protocol
  • Allows streaming and torrenting
  • Can choose the best server automatically
  • Built-in killswitch
  • Allows creating a list of trusted networks
  • Automatic reconnection

Cons

  • May fail to provide you with a proper fake ID for some countries
  • Average privacy policy

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Also, the price is outdated: It's $11.52 now.
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