TigerVPN is an excellent VPN that has been around for close to a decade. The service is an ideal option for privacy seekers as well as geo-unblockers looking to access restricted sites like Netflix and BBC iPlayer. In regards to server coverage, TigerVPN offers 300+ servers in 42 countries, and we found its speeds to be quite admirable.
In this guide, I’ll take a quick look at the VPN and show you how to install its Android version on your PC.
First Up, Privacy and Security
Encryption is one of TigerVPN’s strong suits. The VPN uses AES 256-bit encryption, which is the most secure VPN encryption possible. It also supports a wide range of protocols, including OpenVPN, L2TP/IPsec, and PPTP.
If you are a privacy-conscious user, you’ll also be happy to know that the provider does not keep any activity logs. Additionally, they are located in Slovakia, which is a non-fourteen eyes country and an excellent jurisdiction for privacy.
Compatibility and Ease of Use
TigerVPN comes with easy-to-use native apps for all the four primary platforms – Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. You can also install the VPN on Linux using manual configuration. But then again, why go through the hassle when you can just install the TigerVPN on Linux using Bluestacks Android emulator? More on this below.
Customer Support and Pricing Plans
TigerVPN’s customer service is available via 24/7 live chat support and a ticketing system. I found their reps to be very professional and responsive, which is not something you often see in the VPN industry.
The provider offers three pricing plans: 1 month, 12 months, and 3 years. At $11.99 the monthly plan may not be the cheapest, but the 3-year plan allows you to save an incredible 77%. Even better, they also offer a 7-day money-back-guarantee enabling you to try the VPN risk-free.
Main Features of TigerVPN
- Fast connection speeds
- 300+ servers in 42 countries
- Robust privacy and security
- Keeps no activity logs
- Supports P2P/BitTorrent
- 5 simultaneous devices
- Live chat support
How to Install TigerVPN Android App on Windows 10 PCs and Mac Computers?
As mentioned earlier, you don’t need a desktop app to use this VPN on your computer. Using Bluestacks Android Emulator, you can smoothly run TigerVPN’s Android app on Windows, Mac, and even Linux.
Here is a step by step guide on how you can use Bluestacks simple and easy to use Android emulator to install the TigerVPN android app on your PC.
- First, download Bluestacks Android Emulator to your PC
- Next, run the downloaded .ex file and follow the setup wizard to install
- Launch the app and sign in with your Google account.
- From Bluestack’s main menu, select My Apps.
- Look for Play Store from the list of apps and click to open.
- Now, click the Play Store search bar and type ‘TigerVPN.’
- Press the Install button to download and install the TigerVPN app
- Go back to My Apps and launch the VPN app.
That’s it. You’ve now installed the TigerVPN Android app on your PC.