If you’re interested in the prospect of VPN technology, or if you have used VPNs yourself, you may have come across HideMyAss!
HideMyAss! is a tremendously popular VPN that was founded in 2005 by a 16-year-old trying to circumvent his school’s internet restrictions, and has been owned by Avast for a couple of years (Avast is one of the world’s largest cybersecurity conglomerates).
If you’ve used HideMyAss! you’ve probably liked it. It’s popular because it works well, after all, but nothing’s perfect. And hey, it’s also possible HMA! wasn’t performing up to your expectations.
The VPN market is thriving and there are a ton of options, so no need to be limited to HideMyAss! Here, I’ll take a look at some great alternatives to HMA!
To set these alternatives in the right context, I will briefly address what you might like about HideMyAss! and what you might dislike.
Probably the biggest point HMA! has going for it is the name power. HMA! has been around for a long time, and is one of the most popular VPNs around. Using HideMyAss! means using a service that countless others have used, which is a great measure of reliability.