PureVPN Introduces New Client Features

The PureVPN team has been hard at work adding new features to all of their VPN client apps.  Over the last few weeks they have released new versions of their custom VPN client software for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.  In a moment we’ll introduce you to some of the latest features.  We encourage everyone that’s already using PureVPN to upgrade to the latest apps.  If you haven’t had a chance to try the service lately, PureVPN is currently running a promotion.  You can sign up for a full year of unlimited VPN from just $4.99 a month.

PureVPN app features

The image above shows the new PureVPN iOS app in action.  As you can see, the app has a great looking user interface.  The image on the homescreen will change based on the server location you connect to.  Even better are the new features in the iOS app.  For starters you have access to split tunneling via the new On Demand VPN feature.  Select whether a URL is sent through the VPN or your ISP.  The new app also supports dedicated IP.  Members that have purchased the dedicated IP option will now have access with iOS.  As with all the new releases, the iOS app supports multiple languages.  You will notice one more new feature.  As shown above, you can select a mode in the latest iOS release.  This will help you find the right server and encryption level.

The PureVPN Android app has the same fresh new user interface.  You can select between languages including English, French, German, and Dutch.  The new Auto-Redial feature will help you reconnect to the service.  The feature is very helpful in that it will automatically reconnect right away if the VPN happens to drop.  You won’t have to look and see if you’re connected or go back into the app to reconnect.  Android users can use the new split tunneling feature to decide which traffic will flow through the VPN versus your ISP.  This gives you even more control.  The new app is available to download on the Google Play store.

The new Windows client supports split tunneling for both 32 and 64-bit environments.  Once again you can decide which traffic flows through your Internet service provider and what will pass through the encrypted VPN tunnel.  The Mac client adds SSTP protocol support.  Both desktop versions will let you switch between English, French, German, and Dutch.  You can also share feedback with the PureVPN team from directly within the new apps.  This is a good opportunity to share ideas for future updates.  As you can see PureVPN is very reactive to their users.  We look forward to seeing what features are coming next and will certainly share future updates with you as soon as they are released.  Follow us @VPNSP for the latest news and deals.