VPN SecureLine: Proxy by Avast

VPN SecureLine: Proxy by Avast

By AVAST Software

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2014-01-23
  • Current Version: 5.4.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 88.82 MB
  • Developer: AVAST Software
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,343 Ratings

Description

Avast SecureLine VPN Proxy is the fastest and simplest VPN for iPhone to stay safe and completely private when accessing your favorite apps and websites, wherever you are. 100% unlimited! Avast protects 400 million people worldwide, making it number one on the market. Protect your device too. WHY IS AVAST SECURELINE THE BEST VPN? ■ Fast and Reliable: Large coverage of servers worldwide ensures the fastest service ■ Unlimited: Use as much as you want without any limitations ■ Simple: Start using with one-button activation ■ Trusted: Join over 400 million users who trust Avast ■ Change Your Location: Connect to servers in 36 countries around the world ■ Uninterrupted Connection: Reconnect automatically when switching from data to Wi-Fi ■ World-class Customer Service: Get fast and reliable support WHY SHOULD YOU USE AVAST SECURELINE VPN? ■ Encrypt your connection on unsecured public Wi-Fi Our private encryption VPN ‘tunnel’ prevents hackers from stealing your data via public/open Wi-Fi hotspots. Secure your Wi-Fi and privacy with our highly secure VPN service. ■ Private, anonymous browsing Browse websites anonymously and get private access. Your Internet connection will appear to originate from a different location. Use it to hide and anonymize your banking logins, chats, emails and payments. ■ Choose your location It also comes with other advantages such as choosing your location and staying anonymous. If you travel and need access from different locations, you can use SecureLine VPN to connect to servers around the world (e.g. in the UK and USA) to access more online content, browse websites anonymously and get private access. Connect to servers through 52 popular locations in 36 countries around the world. HOW DOES A VPN WORK? Avast SecureLine is a VPN service that protects you from data theft by using a virtual encryption shield ‘tunnel’ to secure your public/open Wi-Fi connections. Once secured, your communications are impossible to spy on. SUBSCRIPTIONS * Length of subscription: one month; six months and one year. * Trial: One year license goes with 7 days of free trial that you can cancel anytime without being charged 24h before end of trial. * Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. * Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. * Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. * Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. * Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable Find more info at https://www.avast.com/secureline-vpn#ios Privacy Policy available at https://www.avast.com/privacy-policy Terms and Conditions info at https://www.avast.com/eula

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  • 花钱无法使用cannot be used😠😠

    1
    By hellogasdfct
    花了两百多元购买,结果居然无法使用,无法连接到服务器!!!电脑端和手机端都连接到vpn 服务器😠😠 I spent more than two hundred yuan to buy, the result is actually unable to use, can not connect to the server! ! ! Neither the computer nor the mobile phone can connect to the vpn server and cannot be used😠😠
  • Always disconnects. Hot Garbage.

    1
    By Evan gasper
    I have paid for this “App” for more than 6 months and literally every day I have to physical connect the VPN even though auto connect is on regardless of the network. Sweaty dumpster fire.
  • Privacy issues

    1
    By K Dec kvbc
    Every time i turn around there’s some new privacy policy from you guys. The whole purpose of a VPN is to secure your online activity and keep them private. You guys are collecting user information and selling it to the highest bidder. I would not recommend this product to anyone. I can't wait until my subscription ends.
  • Nice quick response!

    4
    By souls7648
    Great can’t wait to try! I did not expect to have to pay or buy something! Not good!
  • Great company gone bad

    1
    By TrameJoseph123
    I’ve been with the AVAST company since I have had technology and hasn’t let me down yet. This has to be the biggest back stab to date with me. avast SecureMe was a good VPN and understandably removed from the App Store. Thinking that this application would have at least a throttle on a connection for free users I came to this as a last resort and was ultimately let down. I know that at the end of the day there needs to be a profit but at this rate people will be paying $50 a month for air to breathe.
  • Frustrated

    2
    By kh19440
    This app used to work great, never had an issue. Now it doesn’t connect and because it doesn’t connect, I have issues using other apps. I am so disappointed as I have to remove it and add it back on every day, it won’t work if I don’t have an internet connection and I have the cellular data active. I’ve paid for this thru 9/2021 and now can’t use it. Very frustrating!!
  • Decent VPN /minor issues/ loath cost!

    3
    By Scootch Tastic!
    iPhone SE / iOS v12.1 / 3⭐️⭐️⭐️ SecureLine v5.0.6 (legacy review) review updated on: [ 02/12/2019 ] The device is running a legacy, version (SL-v5.0.6), of this app and I haven’t found (or had), any serious issues (the cost is lame), with this app’s functionality. So what requires me to update it? I am changing my rating (bummer!), to 3 stars. For example: you cannot use the Funimation (Streams Anime) app when connected to a Japanese Servers, for example… (curious no?) I felt I may have been a bit overconfident, in rating this VPN service and would like to see some more STREAMING / P2P servers, more locales on here, and how about a less conspicuous company and server name? I noticed these issues (awhile ago), when I attempted to use certain apps/services (even if everything is set to über anonymous/private). The listed IP/Domain: ff.avast.xxxxx.xxx [etc.] (+company/country code/IP), is a bit on the nose, isn’t it? While it’s better than having my true IP/ISP listed (gps still rats you out), it still makes me feel a bit nervous, when you do some cursory research and test certain applications. Domestic (local/regional), apps can’t be utilized when you are connected to a foreign VPN. Also, if you connect to Japan (for example), and then trace the address to a psychical locale it is a government building (big brother)! Protecting our identities is [very] important, in this digital age, but utilizing, “Senpai’s” computer network does make me feel a bit paranoid! If they knew how much anime I enjoyed, they’d think I’m full blown “hakiku mori,” or a crazed Otaku! All joking aside… I’m going to test out this app as much as I can and simply report on what I discover. It’d be nice if the app’s subscription fees were a little bit cheaper! May I suggest a special 2yr/2 device plan? I feel like some people won’t even fully utilize their 1yr/5 device plan. The fact that it “looks,” like it’s reasonably priced and “worth,” the cost is not entirely enticing to me! Can you at least add more services? If you guys had a bundle of: AVS/SL-VPN/Cleaner (1-2yrs/2-5 devices), PC/MAC, then the service would be more enjoyable. Enough of my ramblings! ( 3⭐️ ) …until next time! date: [ 02/12/2019 ] *** *** *** OLD REVIEW(S) *** *** *** What’s the Problem? ( 5⭐️ ) Update: the new app works flawlessly and if anyone is having problems, then I suspect you don't know what you are doing. I've had it running without any interrupts for over 24hrs, so this app is gold! Learn to configure it before you start harping on the Devs. 5 Stars! -------------Old Review------------ Perfect App is v4.3.2 ** ( 4⭐️ ) Barely disconnects, decent D/L & U/L speeds and if it does disconnect it reconnects immediately. Recommend getting the iOS only license for your phone and download the *.dmg from their website, not the App Store for your MAC, to avoid any issues. I never had any issues with this app and never updated this app after v4.3.2 and I'm using an iPhone SE (iOS v10.3.3). Since I never had issues with this app, I didn't see the need to update it. I will test the app's update after I backup my device. If the update is unreliable, then all these poor reviews are justified and doesn't make me feel very confident and if the MAC's App Store version is anything to go by, then it's not worth it. So far (for me), it's a 4 Star app. Let's see how it works after I update it.
  • Great Product

    3
    By Unsure70
    I love Avast Premium on my computer, not one problem, but this VPN has only worked off and on for the past year or two. When connecting to WiFi, it connects and disconnects over and over making WiFi connection impossible. It will be fixed one update and back to unfixed the next, I will not renew this VPN when it comes up for renewal. I’m sorry but enough is enough.
  • Pls help

    3
    By officialpm
    Whenever I connect the vpn.. I immediately lost all internet connection.. Before I connect the vpn all internet access are working perfectly well .. but immediately I connect avast secureline vpn all my internet access stops instantly.. Pls help .. Thanks
  • Good app but needs tweaks

    4
    By Musicalisch
    I have ATT internet but am switching to Spectrum. No problem using VPN app while I was an ATT subscriber. Instead of an ATT modem-router combo, I bought my own router to go with the Spectrum modem to avoid rental fees. That is where my troubles began. I could not get the Netgear app to work on my iPad and one suggestion was that VPN could interfere. I ended up switching to a Linksys router. I was able to connect the Linksys app after setting up my account on my laptop, but my internet connection became a problem. I kept getting disconnected. So, I deleted the Avast VPN app on one iPad. No problem connecting on that one. Since I still have ATT, I connected to the internet on my other iPad using ATT and went into the Avast app. I disconnected the “connect automatically when not on a trusted network” feature and was able to connect to the internet again. Then I decided to add the Linksys router to my trusted networks. So far it is working. I went into copious detail so maybe people with more technical knowledge can figure this out. I am not sure if the problem is with Spectrum’s internet settings, the change to a separate router and modem, the app or what. BTW, initially the Spectrum connection worked, then it stopped working later in the day. I may end up manually connecting the VPN if my solution does not continue to work, something I can live with.

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