VpnOneClick is an application that comes with VPN servers. The app was designed to let you browse through the Internet without having to worry about people tracking you or your browsing history. It can also be used to access geographically-restricted websites like Hulu, ESPN3, Netflix and others. The app comes with over 20 different VPN servers that you connect to. Although it isn't free, Vpn One Click gives you two days to try the app.
The first thing that you have to do after launching this app for the first time is to set up your system preferences with the VPN servers. In the instructions file, you are given tips how to do this. But there is also a script file that you can download that will set up the VPN servers automatically. I used the script file and all the servers were added just fine. After the servers are added, you can connect to them via the VPN menu on the menubar (if you have that enabled), from the System Preferences window or from the application itself. The app shows a list of flags. These flags are the countries where the VPN servers are located. Clicking on one flag will connect to the server in that country.
In my testing, I connected to the US VPN server and browser Hulu.com. I can't browse Hulu without a US IP address. While connected to the VPN server, I was able to browse the site and watch content. I didn't experience any slow-downs or buffering problems.