SurfPro VPN – Best VPN to Protect Privacy and Data
Developer: Denys Yevenko
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 9 months ago
Download Size: 9.2 MB - Download
Do you hate the idea of being watched while you online even though you aren’t doing anything wrong or illegal? Do you want to browse the web knowing that your true identity and location will never be disclosed to third parties? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you need SurfPro VPN, a powerful online anonymity tool for your Mac, iPhone or iPad. Supporting hundreds of proxies worldwide, it will ensure fast and secure access to any site, no matter where you are.
• Comprehensive privacy protection
• Secure your data and devices
• Hide your IP and physical address
• 300+ servers in 50+ locations (updated regularly)
• Unlimited network traffic and connection speed
• Dock and Menu Bar modes
• Optional Auto-connection at system startup
• Available for iPhone, iPad and Mac
• Connect up to 5 devices under one account for free
• Dedicated IPs
• 7-day trial period with full unlimited functionality
• 24/7 professional technical support
SurfPro VPN is free to download and try for 7 days. We offer auto-renewing subscriptions to:
SurfPro VPN Service with the following billing cycles:
- 1 Month: $3.99
- 3 Months: $8.99
- 1 Year: $24.99
- 3 Years: $49.99
Additional Devices with monthly billing cycle:
+ 1 Device: $0.99
+ 5 Devices: $2.99
+ 10 Devices: $5.99
Personal IP with monthly billing cycle for $14.99. The setting of your personal IP could take up to 72 hours. We will inform you by email once your personal IP is ready for use.
- Payment will be charged at confirmation of purchase
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
- Your account will be charged for renewal for the amount of your current subscription within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase.
- No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period.
• Multiple fixes and improvements
Most Helpful Reviews
Very Easy! - I downloaded this app about two days ago because i been reading about cyber attackes and pirtates trying to scout the internet for an open oppertunity to hack one’s IP address and connect to everything pretty much. I liked how easy the app is, plus the fact that they give a week of free trial which they allow their users to try all the functionality of their app. Please keep improving and updating the app along the way. Recommended
More Reviews for Current Version
Working quite well in China. - Although it might face certain errors while logging in and takes a bit longer to react than expected, after all, it works quite well with a satisfying internet speed.
Good update - So many trables are fixed! Well done!
Works great, but could use some options for when it doesn't - Looked at a few and decided to try this one, and I like it. Using it is straightforward, select an endpoint and click Connect and it does. Simple enough interface, speed seems decent, no issues staying connected, I get mostly everything I need while traveling which is what I wanted (although Amazon and Netflix seem to know where I am, which is not good but not sure this is something a VPN can solve). And, I would have rated this much higher except for one important area. When needed the app reconnects succesfully, often. You don’t have to do anything it simply does it as needed. But, there is an issue when first connecting or subsequently reconnecting does not go as well as might be hoped. When that happens, there isn't any means to determine what’s going on, or do anything about it. The interface simply displays it’s percentage completed status, locked at some number, forever. There’s nothing that can be clicked to restart the connection process, or anything else in the way of info or actions. In fact, the only out is to go into ActivityMonitor and kill the app, then restart it and hopefully it then connects ok. Which has, thankfully, done the trick each time. So, while I do recommend it (it does get the job done and the interface is straightforward) if you’re annoyed having to use Activity Monitor to manage your apps, you might want to look at another. KWL