Download VPN for all your devices

Easy-to-use VPN apps for computers, smartphones, and more. Set up LimeVPN smoothly on any platform.

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Servers everywhere

The freedom is yours. Pick the USA, Canada, Australia, France, or any other of the 58 countries where LimeVPN servers are based.

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One-click security

Just hit the Quick Connect button and the special algorithm will find the best server for you depending on distance, load, and other parameters.

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Reliable encryption

Stay safe when browsing on public Wi-Fi or any other network. LimeVPN secures your data with military-grade encryption.

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Kill Switch

If the VPN connection unexpectedly drops, the Kill Switch blocks your device (or the apps you have specified) from accessing the web.

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Multiple devices

With a single account, you can set up LimeVPN on 6 gadgets at the same time, including your smart TV and router.

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Support 24/7

Get assistance around the clock, whenever you need it. You can live chat with our customer care team or send us an email.

  • unlimited vpn Step 1: Get LimeVPN

    Purchase a subscription and download the LimeVPN app for your computer or smartphone.

  • hand vpn Step 2: Log in

    Open the app and log in with the same credentials you used during the purchase.

  • feature Step 3: Connect

    Hit the Quick Connect button on the main app screen. That’s it – your connection is now secure.

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“As VPN services go, it’s hard to beat LimeVPN. It has a large and diverse collection of servers, an excellent collection of advanced features, strong privacy and security practices, and approachable clients for every major platform.”

Max Eddy

Software analyst, PCMag

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“The bottom line here is: When you’re online, you don’t have to worry about being secure or about your information getting out there if you have a VPN. LimeVPN makes it simple.”

Tech of Tomorrow

Tech reviewer, YouTube

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