Cloud VPN PRO review
Cloud VPN Pro has made it clear in no uncertain terms that it is not a free service. For those of us who are always all smiles about free VPNs, this is slightly heartbreaking. However, perhaps this VPN is worth spending cash on, so let’s see what it has to offer.
Cloud VPN Pro is essentially an Android OS app designed for use with mobile devices. It is indeed a pay-to-use service that is famous for its fast speeds. It is available for download through the Google Play Store, and is easy to install, unlike other VPNs.
Is My Privacy Protected with Cloud VPN PRO?
This VPN service for Android phones includes about seven servers in six countries, including the USA, the UK, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, and France. Unfortunately, this number is not very impressive, but I am hopeful that Cloud VPN Pro will expand soon. The VPN is intended to unblock popular websites such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter all the while securing your connection on any public Wi-Fi. This VPN is also designed to bypass firewalls and Internet restrictions while you’re browsing at work or at home. With Cloud VPN Pro, you also have access to Netflix, Hulu, and BBC shows via their servers. The monthly subscription doesn’t cost that much, but others have claimed that they can get a similar service for less or free.
How Much is Cloud VPN PRO? Is There a Free Trial?
Cloud VPN Pro is a subscription-based VPN. There is no free trial available, so you will not be able to test it out in order to figure out whether you want to make a subscription or not. The subscription is monthly. They do accept payments through the Google Play Store, which I think makes it easy for users because the Play Store has many payment options which is very convenient.
How is Customer Service at Cloud VPN PRO?
Customer support for Cloud VPN Pro has proven to be very fast and effective. They listen to their customers’ complaints and reviews and put words into action through regular updates and bug fixes that may arise in Cloud VPN Pro. The developers also provide help for any technical difficulties that their users may encounter. Aside from that, Cloud VPN doesn’t push aside any negative reviews, they converse with their users to try and get a feel for what experience they had using this VPN. This in turn helps them fix any issues raised by their users and make it even more effective and user-friendly.
- Number of Server Locations (countries) – 1
- Number of servers – 1
- Number of IP Addresses – 1
- Does VPN keep logs – Partially
- Includes Kill Switch – No
- Devices per license – 1
- Does not log data
- Can stream Netflix, Hulu and BBC content
- Subscription paid service
Is Cloud VPN PRO Safe?
Cloud VPN Pro has done very little to let their users in on the type of encryptions they use, which is very frustrating for tech-savvy users, but what can you do? They do, however, provide small hints of information to prove their competence and reliability in terms of security.
“Secures your connection on public Wi-Fi hotspots & hides your IP address so you can browse the web privately & anonymously.
Bypasses firewalls and Internet filters while you’re at work or university.
Ideal for people facing Internet censorship.
(Use as Internet proxy to bypass blocked websites & apps)
Works with Wifi, 4G, 3G, and all mobile data carriers.
Note: Use of peer-to-peer file-sharing software, downloading illegal or copyrighted material such as music and movies are not permitted.”
Cloud VPN has got to be one of the weirdest VPNs out there. It literally provides little to no information about the services it offers for, no free trial, and no security details, and yet expects you to commit yourself to making a subscription. In which universe is that a deal? However, they do offer the basic VPN services and that is nothing to get us excited, because we will see and have seen better VPNs out there. I wouldn’t recommend this VPN in all honesty, especially since it starts by warning you that it is not free before telling you what it brings to the table. No thank you.