In terms of privacy, the avast VPN review is off to a positive start with its no-logging policy. It also scores highly for its extensive list features, including the kill switch as well as DNS leak protection.

In our tests we discovered the avast VPN Windows client to be extremely intuitive and user-friendly. It requires just one click to connect to a server and changing location is as simple. The Android and iOS applications are similarly developed. Both offer separate lists of servers optimized for streaming and P2P filesharing It is easy to find a suitable location.

While the mobile apps lack some of the features of desktop software, they’re more sophisticated than most competitors. Both apps support a wide range of protocols, including OpenVPN UDP and TCP ports, as well as IKEv2/IPsec.

The Mac app adds some extra features, including it’s Smart VPN mode that can determine if you’re connecting sensitive websites and then close the VPN session after you’ve left, for example, the banking site or torrent sites. It’s an amazing feature that we haven’t seen in any other VPN service.

Avast SecureLine’s free trial of 60 days is one of the largest trials on the market, exceeding the standard seven-day trial and requiring no initial payment. It also lets users connect up to 10 devices with the same subscription, which is well above average. The service’s price is still quite high when compared to the competition, despite its strengths.