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4. 6 out of 5
1. 2M Ratings
I regret my gratitude
This app is great and all but a matter a fact, this app messes quite a lot of things up when I proceeded to use the app for better safety for my school and stuff. For instance the app had screwed up my WiFi for a while until I had a suspicion of the VPN messing with it, and surely, the VPN had been making this problem. This problem is that my connection is slower than it usually has to be but I really have no idea if it’s the server I’m using, but surely this problem has been bugging me the past days using this VPN I hope this doesn’t happen to other people using this app. Using this app also has quite a bit too much ad enforcement because every time you either tap a selection, the ad pops up. I have rated this a three star not because of these problems with the app as further usage to this app, hopefully you developers and/or people in use of this app either have maintenance of resolving this conflict or just have no problem using this app because I do. I hope this app development gets stronger so that people are satisfied with this application, have a nice day and thanks for reading my review and problems, I would love to get feedback on this as this app is quite useful. Thank You!
Worked for a while
Right so for the first year or two of me using this app it worked fine but for some reason this year its not working at all. I’ll try to connect to a server so i can listen to music on my phone while in school but instead it will pop up the purchase menu and when i exit out of the purchase menu it will disconnect me from the server. Now ive tried just leaving the purchase menu open and hoping it would connect but it never does i dont know if this is happening to anyone else or what but I would just like to listen to music in class so my ptsd and anxiety doesnt flair up and for anyone thinking im listen to music without my teachers permission they know im listening to music its not like i have ear buds in hiding behind my hair. No i have actually headphones on that visual constantly so ya dont come at me saying I shouldn’t be listening to music in class because ive done it for years and when a teacher asks me to take them off i do most of the time also keep in mind i have a ear out at all times so i can hear the teacher and i have my music low maybe on 3-5 volume. Anyways enough rambling. I’d just love to get this app fixed to where people that dont pay or cant pay can still use that app thats all im asking just let us connect to your servers still without pushing it in our faces to purchase or disconnecting us if we dont purchase. Thanks for reading. -Axyl
We are sorry to know that you are experiencing connection issues. Could you please uninstall the app, reboot the device and reinstall, then try connecting with all possible protocols and server locations which would resolve the issue.
Super simple and easy to use!
This VPN is for people like me for simple safe connection to unknown and public wifi no other weird and confusing buttons. The connection is very fast and i have no problem using it. I had a subscription to another VPN but it had one flaw and i emailed CS line and they told me that nothing was wrong its prob the user fault. I know that it wasnt my fault because same problem i had was the main problem for my family also, that problem was when its connected and your using it or your downloading an app it will lose it connection but my phone couldnt do anything about it. Even if i hard close the app it would be running in the background and it wouldnt freshly connect again until i reseted my phone. This app doesnt have that problem and i tested it out too see if it does i had it on all night one time and it didnt lose connection not once. So anyone who wants a simple vpn n nothing extra with the vpn this is for you. I recommend it its very easy and simple! Oh the other thing this comes with a wifi speed tester so thats a plus to see how fast the internet your using! Overall super happy with this purchase!
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SuperVPN Free VPN Client Key DataData CapUnlimitedSpeed38. 8MbpsLogging PolicyIntrusive LoggingData LeaksNoJurisdictionNot DisclosedServersUndisclosedIP AddressesNot disclosedCountries8US NetflixNoTorrentingUnlimitedWorks in ChinaNoSupportNoneOfficial WebsiteSuperVPNIntrusive logging policy and worrying links to ChinaLogging & JurisdictionLogging & Jurisdiction Rating11. 0/10We dissect the logging and privacy policies of every VPN. A VPN should never log:
Your real IP address
A base of operations outside of 14-Eyes or EU jurisdiction is preferable.
SuperVPN has a very basic, poorly written logging policy which we don’t trust. Even taken at its word the service logs IP addresses and stores them in the privacy unfriendly the Google Play Store it has fairly positive reviews, and a legitimate-looking publisher: at first glance it looks like a free VPN you could trust.
But if you dig a little further, things start to get worrying.
There is no SuperSoftTech, the app’s ‘developer’ on the Google Play Store, registered in Singapore, where the developer claimed to be located. It didn’t have a website, either.
Despite a huge number of reviews on the Google Play Store, there is also almost no talk of the app elsewhere online.
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While the VPN doesn’t monitor traffic, it does monitor IP addresses against an IP blacklist. This isn’t standard practice, or a standard part of VPN logging policies. It feels like an excuse for recording IP addresses, rather than a necessary procedure.
Also, and perhaps in an attempt to appear legitimate, the policy refers to the Data Protection Act 1998, an outdated UK law which was replaced in 2018.
Another concerning detail is a reference to where SuperVPN stores user data:
This is the kind of thing which sets off alarm bells. What data does SuperVPN collect? And why is it storing such data in the privacy-unfriendly US and UK?
You don’t need an email address or an account to use SuperVPN, so it is hard to imagine any amount of information about users being necessary to run the service.
Even more worrying, when you first install SuperVPN it asks for permission to access your phone and your stored files and media.
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SuperVPN could excel in all our other criteria (it doesn’t) and we would still not recommend it.
Strong links to China
SuperVPN FreeVPN Client is one of many free VPNs which look too good to be true. It isn’t even the only SuperVPN on the Google Play Store.
There is also “Super VPN – Best Free Proxy”, “SuperVPN 2018 – Secure, Unlimited VPN Proxy” and “SuperVPN Free VPN for Countries – Secure Proxy” among countless others.
From this point on we’re going to refer to SuperVPN FreeVPN Client as just SuperVPN to keep things simple – but be sure not to confuse it for any of those alternatives.
For an app that has over 50 million downloads, there is a concerning lack of information available about SuperSoftTech – the supposed developer of SuperVPN.
A Google search for the support email,, reveals the actual developer to be a man named Jinrong Zheng, who is also responsible for (the now removed) LinkVPN on iOS.
Some more exploring reveals multiple addresses for Zheng, including one in Beijing, China.
This is a very opaque setup. It means we have no concrete idea which jurisdiction SuperVPN is operating out of, and which governments or companies could be trawling through your data.
Surprisingly very fast Android VPN appSpeed & ReliabilitySpeed & Reliability Rating99. 0/10Speed ratings are calculated using upload speeds, download speeds, and ping (latency).
We test average speeds regularly using a dedicated 100Mbps connection in London, UK. Local download speed is considered the most important factor.
Surprisingly, SuperVPN Free is pretty fast in our tests. That doesn’t mean you should use it, ’s no denying it – SuperVPN performs very well in our speed tests, especially for a free VPN.
Because SuperVPN is only available on Android, these tests have been carried out on mobile and are not directly comparable to the bulk of our standard 100Mbps tests. The app still performs very well, though.
Download Speed: 45. 7MbpsUpload Speed: 44. 3MbpsPing: 4msDownload Speed: 38. 3MbpsUpload Speed: 43. 4MbpsPing: 11msDownload speed loss when SuperVPN Free VPN Client is
running: 16%We’ve also tested SuperVPN’s global connection speeds (from our office in the UK), here’s an idea of what you can expect:
USA: 38. 1Mbps (download) & 45. 4Mbps (upload)
Germany: 33. 2Mbps (download) & 40. 4Mbps (upload)
Singapore: 6. 2Mbps (download) & 9. 5Mbps (upload)
Over long distance connections download speeds drop significantly. The two Asian server locations – Japan and Singapore – achieved 5. 8Mbps and 6. 2Mbps respectively.
Upload speeds remained strong, though, up in the high 30Mbps range for both server locations.
Basic server coverage, no transparencyServer LocationsServer Locations Rating4. 5/10The global spread and coverage of the VPN server network is the most important factor here.
We also consider the number of city-level servers, plus how many IP addresses are maintained.
This rating does not directly contribute to the Overall Rating, but instead makes up a portion of the Security & Features rating.
SuperVPN has a basic spread of servers across the US, Europe and Asia. This is fairly standard for a free VPN, and doesn’t compete with paid providers. 8Countries8CitiesUndisclosedIP AddressesThe number of locations on offer in the free version of the app has recently expanded. You now have the choice of France, the USA, Canada, the Netherlands, the UK, Germany, Singapore, and Japan (Hong Kong is reserved for the ‘VIP’ version of the app).
There is no disclosed number of IP addresses or servers, so you may experience server congestion at peak times. With so many users SuperVPN should have a large global infrastructure but, like many aspects of this app, there is no information available about it.
If you’re keen to get a US IP address, we advise you to use one of these US-optimized free VPNs. They’re safer, faster and have specific US city-level servers.
Only streams BBC iPlayer, not US NetflixStreamingStreaming Rating2. 5/10Streaming is rated by the number of different services unlocked, how many regional libraries are viewable, and how consistently the VPN can access them.
Netflix, BBC iPlayer, HBO Max, DAZN, and Amazon Prime Video are all tested on a weekly basis.
SuperVPN works with BBC iPlayer, but not with any premium streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime or were surprised to find that SuperVPN does work to unlock BBC iPlayer on its UK server.
However, Netflix doesn’t work on any server. Try using one of the VPNs in our list of the top free Netflix VPNs, which all stream well.
Speeds are fast enough for HD streaming, too, which is rare for a free app. We don’t think you should download SuperVPN, but if you were to do so it would make a half-decent VPN for streaming.
Fast but untrustworthyTorrentingTorrenting Rating3. 4/10We calculate the average download bitrate of every VPN using a bespoke torrenting setup.
Testing also factors in the percentage of servers which permit P2P, plus useful features like port forwarding.
The iOS VPN app from SuperVPN’s developer, LinkVPN, has a strict no P2P rule, so we would have expected torrenters to find themselves blocked from SuperVPN, too. When we tested it for torrenting, though, we found that it worked quickly, with around a 4% speed drop.
This doesn’t mean it’s safe to use, though.
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Only works on Android smartphonesDevice CompatibilityDevice CompatibilityA quality VPN should maintain functional, fully-featured applications and extensions for as many platforms and devices as possible.
This does not directly contribute to the Overall Rating, but instead makes up a portion of the Ease of Use rating.
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Untrustworthy practices are a red flagSecurity & FeaturesSecurity & Features Rating11. 0/10Top-rated VPNs offer OpenVPN or WireGuard protocols, AES-256 encryption, and a functional kill switch. We also consider additional security features and the global spread of VPN perVPN is an unsafe app which totally lacks transparency. We havn’t seen it leaking IP or DNS information, otocolsIKEv2/IPSecEncryptionUndisclosedSecurityNoneAdvanced featuresSplit TunnelingNeither the SuperVPN app nor its Google Play Store listing ever mention what form of encryption or VPN protocol are being used – which is a big concern.
With some back-end investigation we have identified that the app uses a version of the open-source strongSwan VPN client and the IKEv2 protocol.
Running strongSwan has clearly served SuperVPN well. It passed our IP and DNS leak tests with flying colours, and we can confirm it is properly encrypted – although we can’t be certain which kind of encryption is in use – so we can confirm that SuperVPN is not just a proxy masquerading as a VPN.
But even with a secure tunnel, your VPN potentially has access to all your data – so you are only secure if you can trust your VPN provider. The flipside to the open-source power of strongSwan is that it has been easy for SuperVPN to add in some additional APKs, essentially turning the app into adware.
They aren’t just annoying – the integrated Google ads represent a privacy vulnerability and undermine one of the key purposes of a VPN, by giving the tech giant an insight into your activity.
There is another, even more worrying area of vulnerability: the unnecessary permissions which SuperVPN has permission to access.
As we have previously mentioned, it is possible to refuse some of the worst of these permissions and still use the app, but being asked for them exposes the possibility that SuperVPN is gathering data from users which goes far beyond what is necessary.
The full list of permissions the app has access to is particularly disturbing. They include:
Precise location (GPS and network-based)
The ability to read, modify or delete files on USB storage
Permission to view WiFi connections
Permission to read phone status and identity
Permission to change network connectivity
The ability to prevent your device from sleeping
Whether or not you accept the requests for access to your phone and media, when you use the app you are giving SuperVPN access to pretty much everything on your phone, including personal information, your location, and your interests.
If you can stomach all this, a nice bonus is the ‘Smart Proxy’ feature – a fully functional split tunnel so you can keep some apps inside and others outside the VPN.
Intuitive app but adverts are frustratingEase of UseEase of Use Rating44. 0/10This rating mainly consists of the intuitiveness of setup and everyday use.
Device or platform compatibility and customization options are also a factor.
Frustrating adverts wreck what is a relatively simple user to Install & Set Up SuperVPN Free VPN Client Installing SuperVPN is super easy. Just go to the Google Play Store, search for the app and press “Install”When you open the app you will probably see some adverts, exit them and then press “continue”This is the app’s main page. You can press the flag in the top right corner to change country, or press “Connect” to start a VPN connectionThe first time you use the VPN a pop-up will appear titled “Connection Request”, press “OK” to continueIt may not be much of an achievement to make a VPN with almost no features and just eight locations easy to use, but SuperVPN has an intuitive app.
That said, the ads definitely hurt the experience and pop up at frustrating moments, increasing (most likely deliberately) the chance of accidental taps.
There are also lots of odd and misleading design choices scattered across the app.
The “VPN is ready: Continue” screen shows upon launch even when the VPN is active, which can be frustrating. You can’t select a new location until you’ve navigated past this page and disconnected, either.
There is also a confusing pop-up which appears on start up, asking you to disable battery optimization so that the app can run in the background.
This pop-up flashes regardless of the settings on your phone, and gives you directions which are not universal to all Android devices.
You have to manually disconnect each time before changing server, which can be frustrating, too.
There is also a ‘VIP’ upgrade available, which gives access to an additional Hong Kong server. In order to upgrade, the app requires you to associate your Google Play Store account with your VPN account: yet another privacy red flag.
There is no customer support hereCustomer SupportCustomer Support Rating11. 0/10This rating is based on our assessment of each VPN’s:
Live chat support
Not every VPN offers all of these, and they often vary in quality and response time.
SuperVPN has an unmonitored support email it doesn’t answer and nothing else. This is near to the worst customer support we’ve ’t expect any customer support from SuperVPN.
There is a Gmail account on its Google Play Store listing, but we received no response when we emailed it.
Within the app itself there is an FAQ, which gives some basic troubleshooting guidance, but it’s nowhere near comprehensive enough to make up for the lack of actual customer service.
Avoid using SuperVPN at all costsThe Bottom LineEmphatically: no. You must avoid using SuperVPN Free VPN Client.
Although it’s free to use, it’s not worth paying the real cost: your privacy and security.
You are potentially paying for this VPN twice. Firstly, by being bombarded with intrusive adverts, and secondly, with your valuable data.
If you use SuperVPN your data is in more danger than if you don’t use a VPN at all. It’s fast, but so are other VPNs – free and paid alike – which don’t jeopardize your data.
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