You can now access ProtonVPN on your Android TV

    Wanted to watch something that's blocked and protect your privacy? ProtonVPN is now available on Android TV. 
    By HT TECH
    | Updated on Jan 20 2021, 11:03 PM IST
    The ProtonVPN Android TV app allows users to connect to servers in other countries and instantly access all the supported streaming services in those countries.
    The ProtonVPN Android TV app allows users to connect to servers in other countries and instantly access all the supported streaming services in those countries. (ProtonVPN)
    The ProtonVPN Android TV app allows users to connect to servers in other countries and instantly access all the supported streaming services in those countries.
    The ProtonVPN Android TV app allows users to connect to servers in other countries and instantly access all the supported streaming services in those countries. (ProtonVPN)

    ProtonVPN is now available on the big screen with its new Android TV app. The new app allows users to protect their privacy and access blocked content right from their couches on their smart TV.

    Users will now be able to select a country with their TV remote and instantly access all the supported streaming services in that location to protect their privacy and bypass censorship.

    The ProtonVPN Android TV app allows users to connect to servers in other countries and instantly access all the supported streaming services in those countries. This means a user in France can easily access US Netflix, or a user in Germany can access BBC iPlayer.

    This new VPN app is based on the same core technology as ProtonVPN’s Android app but has been redesigned for compatibility for TVs and TV remotes. Like ProtonVPN’s other app, the Android TV app is available to both free and paid users.

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    First Published Date: 20 Jan, 11:03 PM IST
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