StreamVPN blog

Don't forget we have an app that can be loaded on to the the brilliant Amazon Firestick . This will allow you access to your favourite content from where ever you are, right on to your tv! Don't have a VPN? Join now from £3.99 per month.   Read more

Don't forget you can mirror your device to a smart TV as long as both devices are on the same network. So watch your favourite TV on your TV! from wherever you are in the world with a . Join now from £3.99 per month. Read more

VPN has become big business in recent years. It is forecast that by 2022 the global VPN market will reach 35.73 billion U.S. dollars (source There are now over 300 providers of VPN services, serving several distinct market segments from on-line anonymity to allow safe bit torrenting, getting around geo restrictions to stream tv abroad, to unblocking sites that are censored by local authorities. Read more

Very few of us spend any time thinking about our web browsers.  Your browser is the interface that connects us to the internet. If you use a Google device, Chrome will be your default browser. Whilst on Apple devices, Safari is set as the default.  In the past we just had to make do with Internet Explorer, which is the proprietary browser of Microsoft, and came pre installed on all of their PC’s and laptops. These days we have multiple browsers to choose from, but for this article we will look at the two leading contenders…Chrome and Safari. Read more

IP addresses allow devices connected to the internet to communicate with web servers. There are many types of IP addresses and in this blog post we attempt to explain and compare the differences. What is an IP address? An IP address stands for Internet Protocol Address. It's a form of numbers that identify a device connected to the wider internet. It's like a mailbox address, and it's needed so that devices and servers could exchange and share information with each another. Read more