The 11 Best Android VPNs UK

The Android platform is open source and portrayed to be secured. Everyone with an Android device should consider adding a VPN to his or her set up. Reasons to use a VPN are numerous—and whatever your reason is, not every VPN can satisfy you.

Today, we take a look into the best VPNs you can use in the United Kingdom while using your Android smartphone or tablet. These VPNs work perfectly. They encrypt your data and manipulate the info you send to the websites and apps you’re using.

ExpressVPN

ExpressVPN is arguably the best VPN service on the Play Store. It is trusted by millions of users. ExpressVPN have servers in more than 145 different locations, with unlimited speed and bandwidth. These servers are lightning fast as well.

Security is guaranteed with a 256-bit SSL-based encryption. Interestingly, ExpressVPN mixes the data and logs of every user so tracking is obviously impossible.

The app lets you pick between PPTP, SSTP, OpenVPN, and L2TP-IPsec protocol. You don’t need to be a tech savvy to use the app, however. It is easy to use. ExpressVPN is the most robust VPN on this list. It costs £76.47 annually, £9.91 monthly, and £45.87 every six months. There is a 30-day refund policy.


NordVPN

NordVPN comes with specialised servers on top of the handful number of servers. These servers are speedy and located in 50+ countries. The VPN has a no-log policy so privacy is perfectly secured.

The app has a user-friendly interface so it’s very easy to setup—like most VPNs. It allows six devices to connect simultaneously. There are more than 1000 servers to use. They are fast and have unlimited bandwidth.

The price is the most competitive in the market. Just £60.44 for two years. The annual plan is £52.79. You can also pay £32.14 twice a year, or £9.14 per month.


PureVPN

PureVPN is a smart VPN app for everyone. The app is easy to use and great for purposeful privacy and security. With the PureVPN app, you can choose your purpose and it will find the best server for you.

Logging is restricted on the PureVPN app. It clears as soon as you finish a VPN session. There are over 500 servers in 141 countries. They even have servers in Africa — which is unique because other VPNs don’t focus on such.

PureVPN will give any user 2GB for trial. The full VPN app comes with features like Content Filter, Web Filter, NAT Firewall, Ad Blocker, Antivirus, Split Tunneling, and Internet Kill Switch.

PureVPN costs £2.49 per month (billed every two years). The plan comes with a seven-day money-back guarantee.


IPVanish

IPVanish is praised as one of the fastest VPNs on the Android platform. It supports five simultaneous connections, with no-logs policy. The performance is impressive and powerful. There are 40,000+ IP addresses and 850+ servers in 60+ countries.

With the OpenVPN protocol, the IPVanish app is capable. It uses 256-bit AES encryption. The download speeds with IPVanish is quite impressive — and arguably the fastest amongst VPNs on this list.

However, the app is missing a kill switch feature. The yearly plan is £44.74 while you can pay £15.64 four times a year. Also, the monthly plan is £5.74.


VyprVPN

VyprVPN is one of the popular VPNs on this list. It is widely used. It has more than 700 servers in 70+ countries. It’s recommended to try it before buying the full version. You will be given 1GB for free in the trial.

You can get VyprVPN for £3.83 per month (billed annually) and VyprVPN Premium for £5.10 per month (billed annually). You get unlimited speed and bandwidth. The Premium version comes with an additional Chameleon protocol. The customer service is also operational. You might need to contact them to get the full details of this VPN.

VyprVPN does keep logs—so, it’s not ideal for you if you want to browse with strict anonymity. This VPN comes with NAT Firewall that runs on the servers. Therefore, VyprVPN provides more security than the typical VPN.


TunnelBear

TunnelBear works like every other VPN. The app is easy to use and straightforward. The free version comes with a 500 MB monthly cap. The paid version is priced at £42.82 yearly and £7.57 monthly.

The app has a Kill Switch. This means it kills all your browsing once the connection to the VPN is lost. The app is also responsive and interactive—the only VPN that claims to be beautiful.

By default, the VPN uses a strong encryption — 256-bit AES. You can also add the TunnelBear widget to the home screen of your Android device. So, connecting to the VPN is super fast.


StrongVPN

With OpenVPN, PPTP, SSTP, L2TP, and IPSec, StrongVPN has enough protocols to secure your connection. StrongVPN promises complete online security with


HideMyAss

HideMyAss has a 30-day money-back guarantee on all plans. You can pay £60.18 yearly, £8.81 monthly, or £38.25 every six months. So, if unsatisfied, you can cancel your subscription online at anytime. The customer service is responsive—and ready for your queries through email or live chat.

The VPN is featured in a Forbes post about Internet security. That’s to measure the competence of HideMyAss. It is one of the oldest services available. You can use the app on five devices at once — this is great for people with more than one device.

There are more than 820 servers in 220+ locations. The servers are quite reliable—but not as fast as expected. HideMyAss lack advanced features so it’s perfect for a casual user.

logging. Connections and servers have fast speed. You can also use it on multiple devices at once.

StrongVPN subscriptions come with an added feature — the StrongDNS. With this app, speeds become super fast. For £7.65 monthly, you can get StrongVPN with StrongDNS. Other subscriptions are £6.12 per month (billed every three months) and £4.46 per month (billed annually).


Betternet VPN

Betternet boasts decency and performance. There’s a no-logs policy that’s great to keep anonymity. The free app is supercharged with annoying sponsored apps and video ads. Upgrading to the premium version will let you into the world of ad-free VPN service.

The app has a smooth user interface and extremely easy to use. Betternet VPN is widely acclaimed for its transparency.

You can buy the premium service for as low as £2.29 (billed annually). The six months plan is £3.05 per month while the monthly plan is £9.17 a month.


OpenVPN Connect

OpenVPN Connect is classic and one of the early VPNs to offer everything for free. OpenVPN Connect is the official client for OpenVPN servers (OpenVPN Access Server, OpenVPN Community, and Private Tunnel VPN).

This app is one of the lightest VPNs in the Play Store (just 2 MB). It uses PolarSSL encryption which is very secure. However, OpenVPN Connect is the most complex VPN available. You will have to learn how .opvn profiles works and more advanced settings.

OpenVPN is also open source—and perfect for tech-savvy who knows how it works or ready to learn.


Opera Free VPN

This VPN might be the newest on the list, but Opera Free VPN is a noteworthy VPN. It is totally free—which is the best thing about it. You can download it for about 45 MB on the Play Store.

The app comes with an ad-blocker that is handy for blocking annoying advertisements. You can connect to five different server locations. The app comes with a counter that measures the security level of a Wi-Fi.

Opera Free VPN is a basic and simple VPN. Users with more advanced needs cannot use the VPN. It is ideal for Android users that need the basis of a VPN.


The Play Store is flooded with VPNs. Some with catchy titles, some with sleek designs, and some with excellent features. This comprehensive list has the best Android VPNs you can use in the UK.

We hope this list will help you abide by a decision to pick a suitable VPN among the 11 listed. Now, you can use your Android smartphone and/or tablet with a peace of mind.