Developers of ExpressVPN release a new update to their coveted application software.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (JANUARY 22, 2018) – VPNs or Virtual Private Networks have been taking over the internet of late. This is very relevant in the current scenario, where it is speculated that governments are keeping tabs on the citizens without their consent. This can be considered as a serious breach of privacy. It bypasses the network firewalls of various websites which are regionally locked. It also hides the Internet Protocol address of the user.
When streaming certain movies, television shows and web shows on Android TV, as well as Amazon Fire TV, the task becomes difficult due to the fact that some of the shows are inaccessible in certain countries. This is due to that particular country’s censor board denying the rights to air the movie or show in their country. ExpressVPN’s new update creates a VPN for Amazon Fire TV, as well as a VPN for Android TV. It establishes a secure connection with the server of the developers, and allows the user to view movies and shows to their heart’s content.
ExpressVPN has been quite popular since its inception in 2009, with it becoming one of the top five VPNs used all over the world. For a nominal fee, users can unlock all the benefits of ExpressVPN, which would create a proper and secure connection, free from prying eyes. It also unlocks access to a host of remote countries and their websites or programs. An underrated advantage of secure VPNs such as ExpressVPN is that they can protect the user’s network from being attacked by malicious programs and viruses. The new update will start rolling out, country by country. Users of the application software may have to refresh their updates page on their respective app stores.
ExpressVPN is a VPN offering service which essentially creates a safe space for the downloading and sharing of encrypted as well as non-encrypted data. It was established in 2009, and provides premium VPN services. For more information, visit https://www.expressvpn.com/blog/amazon-fire-tv-stick-vpn-android-tv-vpn/