VPN App TunnelBear Adds Support for Netherlands
Article by George Norman
On 07 Apr 2014
TunnelBear, your digital companion on an increasingly fenced and monitored internet, has a new tunnel to offer: Netherlands. Click the dropdown menu on TunnelBear’s interface and you will see that Netherlands is listed alongside the US, UK, Canada, Germany, Japan, France.


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TunnelBear, the fantastically easy to use VPN application, now provides support for 7 countries in all. Netherlands has been recently added to the list. This means that TunnelBear now provides support for the following countries: US, UK, Canada, Germany, Japan, France, and Netherlands.

So if you want to make it seem like you’re browsing the web from the Netherlands, just pick the country and enable TunnelBear. You will then be able surf on an encrypted connection and fool sites into thinking you’re from The Netherlands.





The new Netherlands tunnel should show up automatically if you use TunnelBear for Windows, Mac, or Android. If you use TunnelBear for iPhone and iPad, the new Netherlands tunnel will show up after you delete the old TunnelBear profile. Instructions on how to do so are available here.

For those of you who are not familiar with TunnelBear, here’s a list of main features:
  • Pick one of several supported countries (a.k.a. “tunnels”).
  • Surf the web anonymously on an encrypted connection.
  • The VPN application has a vintage looking interface that is incredibly easy to use.
  • Select which websites are securely tunneled.
  • Easily create a free account and get 500MB for free and an extra 1GB if you tweet about TunnelBear.
  • There are three types of accounts to choose from.

Windows users can get TunnelBear right here on FindMySoft.
Additional information on TunnelBear is available on its official website.

In related news, I remind you that F-Secure rolled out Freedome, an app that protects against harmful sites and apps, encrypts your internet connection, lets you surf the web anonymously, and ensures advertisers cannot track you. The app is currently available for iOS and Android; support for Windows and Mac will be added in the future.




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