Download Surfshark VPN to secure your digital life
- One account, unlimited devices
- 7-day free trial on iOS, Android & macOS
- Full refund in the first 30 days
- Pick any VPN server from 65+ locations
Secure any platform with a VPN app
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How to download and set up your VPN
3 steps to secure your digital life
You can do this straight on our website.
Download VPN software to your device
Get it from an app store or our website.
Sign in with your fresh account
Choose a country to connect to and use this account on multiple devices!
What features come with Surfshark VPN?
All Surfshark servers operate on 100% diskless infrastructure. This means that to further increase your online privacy, your activity gets automatically deleted once the server is turned off.
You can connect one account to multiple devices and use a VPN on all of them simultaneously. Browse privately on your phone or laptop while connected to the same VPN!
This feature is a must if you handle important or sensitive information. It “kills” the internet connection if your VPN connection unexpectedly drops, keeping your data secure at all times.
When we say that your privacy belongs to you only, we mean it. Surfshark operates based on a strict no-logs policy, which means that no one - including us - knows what you do online.
Hiding your IP keeps your real location and other personal information private. It is a little bit like traveling without leaving your couch. Digitally, you appear to be from another country!
Split tunneling, also known as Bypasser, allows you to exclude trusted websites from VPN protection. Avoid misunderstandings with banks and other services that require your real location!
CleanWeb prevents malware or phishing attempts. Plus, it blocks many annoying ads & trackers that follow you online.
MultiHop, or Double VPN, allows you to connect through multiple servers at once. This greatly improves your privacy online because you have two layers of security on your internet connection.
Forget restrictions! Surfshark will enable NoBorders mode if it detects any problems that limit your access to the internet. You’ll then get to choose from a list of servers that perform best under network restrictions.
Our encryption algorithms will ensure that your internet traffic remains inaccessible to your internet service provider and online snoops!
Will a VPN prevent my ISP from seeing what I download?
Yes. When you use a VPN, everything you do online is encrypted.
To paint a very simplified picture, imagine reading something written in an ancient language that’s impossible to translate. A VPN does this by creating an encrypted tunnel and sending your traffic through it.
This way, your internet service provider, third-party websites, and online snoops see a bunch of random numbers, symbols, and letters that are impossible to decipher. They have no idea what you’re downloading as long as you’re using a VPN.
Surfshark does not encourage using a VPN in any way that would potentially violate the Terms of Service of other service providers.</span
Can I download Surfshark VPN for free?
Yes, you can try Surfshark for free for 7 days on Android, iOS, and macOS. If you’re using other platforms, the free trial isn’t available, but you can take advantage of the 30-day money-back policy. If you decide that Surfshark is not for you within the first 30 days, you’ll get your money back.
Can't I just get a free VPN?
Well, you can, but you shouldn’t.
Some legitimate VPN providers do offer free plans, but they are very time or data-limited.
However, if a VPN service, or any other company, is offering free VPN software, you have to think about where they get the funds to support the expensive infrastructure needed for their product. There are two ways free VPN services get their money – either by bombarding you with annoying ads or selling your personal data online.
A paid VPN is a secure and private option. Therefore, it is well worth paying for.
Are VPNs legal?
In the vast majority of the world, they are indeed legal.
Only a few countries restrict or prohibit the usage of VPNs. If you’re in Europe, Australia, or any of the Americas, it’s a high chance that you’re in the clear! Only about 10 out of the world’s nearly two hundred countries have restrictive laws against VPNs.