VPN Unlimited, a service that currently sports more than 10 million users around the world, is now available on the Microsoft Store.
Like all VPN services, VPN Unlimited will let you mask your internet traffic from prying eyes, using up to 256-bit encryption. You can also use the service to spoof your location, allowing you to access content on services like Netflix and Hulu that might otherwise be restricted to certain regions.
KeepSolid, the company behind VPN Unlimited, says the app can also be used in countries where the use of a VPN is blocked, thanks to a feature that disguises VPN traffic as HTTPS traffic.
VPN Unlimited has servers in more than 70 locations around the globe, and there are apps available across all major platforms. It's worth noting, however, that the company is based in the U.S., which may give pause to some users. However, if you want to give the new app a try, you can grab it now and give the service a seven-day free trial via the Microsoft Store. Pricing after the trial starts at $10 per month.
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