NordVPN 3.17.5 Update for Android is Now Available with Major Improvements

Even though you might think that you are completely anonymous while surfing the web, this is not actually true, especially when it comes to mobile browsers. Your ISP (internet service provider) will always know what websites you are accessing and your location but fortunately, this can all be avoided with NordVPN. If this is this is the first time that you are reading about NordVPN, then you need to know that this is a VPN provider which excels at keeping people safe and private on the internet while they are browsing the web from their Android-powered smartphones.

While there might be many VPN providers that you can pick from, there is something that makes NordVPN stand out from all of them. We are talking about the constant stream of updates that the VPN service benefits from. These updates always introduce improvements and a brand-new one has just arrived. Let’s go ahead and check out everything there is to know about it.

NordVPN 3.17.5 Update

NordVPN fans should be pleased to find out that a brand-new update which sports the 3.17.5 version number is now rolling out via OTA (over the air). According to the patch notes released by the developers, the new update is improving the speed at which NordVPN responds when users are accessing the “Quick Connect” feature.  To make things even better, the new update also introduces a bunch of improvements that are displaying better login error messages.

Top Features

  • Enjoy REAL internet privacy

It’s nobody’s business what websites you visit or what files you download. NordVPN keeps your online activity private from ISPs, advertisers, and other snoopers.

  • Protect your sensitive data

We secure your internet traffic with military-grade encryption so that no one can get their hands on your online data.

  • Browse the web from a different region

NordVPN changes your IP address so that you appear to be browsing from a different location. We have servers in 60 countries – travel virtually to any of them in seconds.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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