IPVanish Launches Mac Client

by Adam Gill

IPVanish VPN is one of the leading providers of high performance, premium VPN services in the world.  Just recently, they announced a new VPN software for all Mac OS users.  This new  IPVanish VPN Mac OS software allows all users of Mac OS 10.7 or higher versions to connect to IPVanish’s VPN network of more than 2500 IPs on 54 servers in 20 countries around the world.  Even more, users do not have to configure each server individually and a free copy of the client is available to all new and existing subscribers.

The IPVanish Mac client has many exciting features like full user customization, auto-connect preferences features, unlimited IP address switching by city, country or even server response time and unlimited protocol switching (like L2TP, OpenVPN, PPTP, etc).  All new and exsiting IPVanish customers can get a free copy of the Mac client (and their Windows-based client) from the IPVanish software page.  For OS X 10.6 or older users, a custom tunnelblick setup has been made available to allow users connect using the OpenVPN platform.  For those customers who prefer to manually setup IPVanish on other various devices, IPVanish has detailed visual setup guides with instruction on how to configure for VPN connectivity.

We expect IPVanish, a tier-1 VPN provider (meaning they own and operate their own infrastructure, support teams, development teams, operations teams, etc), to continue rolling out new features for their global customer base.  Just a few days ago, IPVanish added a new server in Hong Kong, and it’s expected to deploy more servers in Asia soon.  IPVanish also touts itself as the highest value VPN provider at the lowest price in the industry.  The monthly price on their annual account is only $6.49/month, which includes unlimited and full access to their private network of servers.  check out VPN Setup – IPVanish VPN with a 7 day money back guarantee.

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