ExpressVPN specifications

  • Simultaneous connections: 5
  • Kill Switch: Yes
  • Platforms: Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, and more
  • Logging: No browsing logs, some connection logs
  • Supports torrenting/P2P: Yes
  • Countries: 94
  • Money-back guarantee: 30 days

ExpressVPN has an exceptionally large network of servers in 94 countries. Not only that, but it’s an exceptionally fast VPN, our sister site CNET found that it only cut speeds by 2%. Because of the encryption and server you route through, a VPN will slow down your internet connection, but 2% is unreasonably low.

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Regardless of what device you have, it’s likely that ExpressVPN supports the platform it runs on. It has native applications for all the major operating systems: Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, and Linux. But also supports so much more including Chromebook, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Amazon Fire Stick, plus browser extensions for Edge, Chrome, and Firefox.

Further reading: How to set up and use ExpressVPN

According to its privacy policy, ExpressVPN does not log IP addresses, DNS queries, browsing history, or traffic destinations. However, it doesn’t collect the amount of data transferred in a day, the VPN server location, the date connected to the VPN (not the time), and which apps/app version you open. So while it does collect some data, it doesn’t maintain activity or connection logs with the contents of your traffic, session duration, or source IP address.