TunnelBear VPN review | ITProPortal

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The champion for ease of use

TunnelBear is a Canadian VPN vendor owned by cybersecurity giant McAfee that doesn’t have a multitudinous network of servers or a long list of advanced features and instead likes to keep things simple, focusing on its core service.

It has servers in only 23 countries, but it supports with its native apps and extensions a wide array of platforms, including Windows, Android, Mac, iOS, Chrome, Opera, and Firefox. You can run the service on up to five devices at the same time. There’s limited support for installing it on Linux but unfortunately, manual installation isn’t possible on any additional devices like routers, gaming consoles, or smart TVs. There are OpenVPN configuration files, but they’re painfully difficult to track down on the website. 

All the apps are remarkably simple and easy to get around, with the clients featuring a map where you can choose your desired location. Choosing a location is also possible via a drop-down list of locations in alphabetical order.

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