TunnelBear Allows To Access Blocked Sites For Free Via VPN : For Windows And Mac

Y esterday we have shared a great VPN software for Windows called CyberGhost VPN . Today we are cowering another cool and free VPN softwa...

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Yesterday we have shared a great VPN software for Windows called CyberGhost VPN. Today we are cowering another cool and free VPN software for Windows and as well as Mac too called TunnelBear which will give you access to location-based restricted websites on US and UK. Well, you cannot compare this two software. Although both of them are called VPN software, they will serve completely different purpose. This app, For example, if you are outside of the US you cannot watch programming from Hulu, listen to Pandora or stream Netflix, to name a few examples. Moreover, up until very recently, US residents could not access the Spotify music service, and still cannot access a host of UK or European only services, such as BBC iPlayer film & TV programming for example, or many of the channels on LiveStation. This offers free service for those who want to visit sites only approved US and UK area like Hulu, Pandora, Spotify, etc from anywhere. Although this is a free service providing 500 MB for a month (upgradable to 1 GB by tweeting them for free), but you should note that this is not an ad supported application like hotspot Shield. This is a plus point of this software. Another thing you should bear in mind that it is really easy to setup and provides a cool and amazing wooden theme as user interface.

Installation of the software is easy, so you're not going there. Let's learn how to set up this application easily. Run the software after installation. On the first run it will show a screen asking you whether you have a TunnelBear account or not. Select "I don't have a TunnelBear account" if you don't have one already.

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It will then allow you to sign up directly from the software. Fill all the information is correctly and then proceed.

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It is then ask you to determine your package. There are two package available – one is free and another is $ 4.99 per month. Free package will allow you to use 500 MB per month.

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You need to verify your e-mail address. Open your web browser, go to your e-mail provider site – and then open the mail to verify your account. After verifying, you can be able to sign in.

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Now the home screen will open. This is simple and easy with an astonishing look. There are only two options to set up. On the left side, you'll see on and off option and on the right side you'll get US/UK server changing option.

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Just click on the left button to get connected.

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It will automatically connect you to the VPN. Done!

Some features you will love definitely

  • It works: even in situations where proxies fail (e.g. Hulu defeats proxies, even paid proxies, but TunnelBear delivers it like a charm).
  • It is fast: unlike the free version of HotSpot Shield, for example, which I’ve used in the past and suffers from a very high degree of variability.
  • US and UK: both. What more could you possibly need?
  • Ease of use: at a press of a single button. Literally.
  • Paid version is reasonably priced: at $4.99 for unlimited traffic (note: I put this in here because I just did a little price comparison research – I am in no way affiliated with the program).
  • Add a gig a month: in theory, you could add 1 gig to your traffic allotment every month by tweeting TunnelBear. Note that this can be done until they decide to end the “promotion”

TunnelBear is cross-platform application and works with both Windows and Mac.

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[Via Freewaregenius]

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