Finding Software for iOS
iOS users seem to have the same problem that Mac OSX users have: the majority of software gets developed for Windows.
Sometimes you might run across an application that is only available on Windows and doesn’t support OSX at all. Likewise, in the mobile app world, Android reigns as king.
Even though iPhones and iPads are seen as high-quality alternatives to Android, Google’s mobile OS dominates the mobile market.
The good news is that most quality VPN service providers support both Android and iOS systems — when it comes to mobile apps.
But I would like to mention that almost any VPN provider will work with iOS, even if they lack mobile apps designed specifically for the operating system.
As long as a VPN provider offers the OpenVPN protocol, it’s possible to hook up an iOS device with it. However, I think most people prefer native iOS software, since it’s more user-friendly and visually attractive.
Just in case you do have an Android device, check out the top five VPN services for Android here.
To that end, let’s take a look at the five best VPN services for iOS, all of which have proprietary iOS apps.