April 23, 2020: PureVPN is proud to announce the launch of a new version of its popular VPN software for Mac users. Version 7.2.2 introduces a new easy login feature, per the wishes of its users. Acting on feedback, it's no longer necessary to remember difficult or complicated usernames.
Now, all you need to log into your PureVPN apps and extensions is your email address and password.
Why use a VPN?
Virtual private networking reroutes all your internet traffic through a remote server. This hides your real IP address, a unique identifier that websites and online services use to track you. IP addresses contain data like your approximate geographical location and your ISP.
That's how every website knows which country or city you're in and online ads can track you to deliver personalized content.
Naturally, this is bad for protecting your anonymity. But it also means that websites can restrict who has access to them. If you've been abroad recently, you've probably already seen notices to the effect 'this content is not available in your country'.
Using a VPN lets you appear to the web like you're in a different country to where you actually are. This means you can get around local censorship laws or oppressive licensing regimes.
With PureVPN for Mac, you simply click once to connect, and your entire browsing experience will be transformed. With no limitations on bandwidth and automatic ping tests to help you find the fastest server, you can enjoy full identity protection and unrestricted browsing, streaming, downloading, and more.
There is an automatic kill switch as well, which stops apps from accessing online services if the VPN disconnects.
If you're looking for a secure, fast, and unrestricted way to access the internet, PureVPN for Mac is quick to install and easy to use.
Find out more today at https://www.purevpn.com/download/mac-vpn.