Amazon Fire TV’s most popular VPN improves network speed by 2.5x

IPVanish, the most popular VPN app used by Fire TV users, has announced the completion of a network upgrade that they say will increase server network throughput by 2.5x. Starting back in February of last year, IPVanish began upgrading their server network cards from 10 Gbps to 25 Gbps and now enters 2021 with, what they claim, is the fastest VPN in the world. If you tried IPVanish in the past and weren’t impressed, especially if it was more than a year ago, it might be worth giving the service another try. Their current plans cost $4.99 for 1 month or $39.99 for 1 year. While IPVanish, unfortunately, doesn’t offer a free trial, they do offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on their annual plan only if you cancel within 30 days.

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IPVanish VPN is offering 73% off for Prime Day — 1 year for $39, 3 months for $13.50, or 1 month for $5

IPVanish VPN service is joining in on the Prime Day fun with up to 73% off of their subscription this week. Their 1-year subscription is $39.00 for the first year, a discount of 73% off of the regular price of $143.88. If you don’t want to commit that long, a 3-month subscription is $13.50, which is 63% off of the regular price of $35.97. If you just want to give it a try for a month, you can pay $5 for 1-month of service, which saves 59% off of the regular $11.99 cost. I’m not a big VPN user, but it does occasionally come in handy for accessing international streaming services on Fire TVs, since IPVanish is fully compatible with all Fire TV devices through their Fire TV app. In full disclosure, IPVanish is the only VPN I’ve tried on Fire TV, mainly because it’s the most popular VPN app on Fire TV, and I am part of their affiliate program.

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Fire TV update adds new hidden Network Proxy settings

The biggest new feature brought on by the new software update, that rolled out to the Amazon Fire TV 3 earlier this month, is the highly requested ability to match the device’s refresh rate to the content’s frame rate. That’s not the only new feature because the update has also added the ability to configure the device to use a Network Proxy. The new options are located in the Fire TV’s hidden developer menu. Read more ›

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