Use this extension for your browser-related VPN needs, and take care of your privacy without having to invest a lot of time and effort in setting up a dependable system

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VPN Clients are a dime a dozen and as the number of these services grows it’s becoming more confusing and difficult to select the right product for yourself. PureVPN is yet another service extending its reach to Chrome with its PureVPN extension. It’s easy to use, does not require any other software running on your PC, and it even gives newcomers the opportunity to test the product. These are only some of the advantages you’ll see right from the beginning.

It’s reliably fast

While it’s advertised as the no.1 Proxy, this doesn’t necessarily mean it is exactly so. One must agree that the service offered is pretty good. The speeds are more than decent and the fact that you can test it out before actually paying for it is a welcomed feature and somewhat of a leap forward against all the competition. The fact that you can use the extension by itself without needing additional software is also another positive aspect. The selection of offered VPN locations is big enough.

Protecting privacy

The fact that it can be activated only in the browser makes this extension quite useful in protecting your privacy while browsing. Why have the whole IP address hidden by the VPN when you could have only your browser use it. It can give instant access to any region-locked content and help you be totally free in the online environment. Browsing will be just as smooth on account of the application using quality servers that do not harm your connection speed in any way.

PureVPN for Chrome might not necessarily be a better choice from all the possible options you have. It performs as well as the others and does basically the same. The few points that make it stand out to have to deal with the trial it offers and its simplicity. The selection of locations is about what you’d expect. You won’t really need much more than it offers.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used PureVPN for Chrome and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂