Thunder VPN App Review


Thunder VPN app is a tool that helps you to change IP addresses, unblock websites, and protect data. The application is compatible with iOS and Android-powered devices. It offers a high-speed Internet connection so that you can enjoy Netflix, HBO, or any other streaming service from anywhere in the world. You can also choose a tunneling protocol: OpenVPN UDP, OpenVPN TCP, and IKEv2. There are military-grade encryption and data protection. It has a kill switch and DNS leak protection. There are 1,300+ servers in over 37 countries. It is an affordable service, with packages starting from $1.99/month.

Users like:

  • Free forever
  • Straightforward app
  • The paid version lets you stream Netflix US

Users don't like:

  • Only 9 servers
  • Very slow
  • Third-party pop-up ads

Why to choose/Best for:

  • Free Forever
  • Unlimited Bandwith
  • No registration required
  • Would Wide Servers
  • No Log track user data
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Thunder VPN FAQ

Thunder VPN FAQ

  • Logging Policy

    Thunder VPN claims a “strict no-logging policy” on its Google Play Store listing, and reiterates this claim on its FAQ. A no-logs policy implies not storing online activity details of users, including their IP addresses.

  • How to Install & Set Up Thunder VPN

    Before you can use Thunder VPN you have to agree to the ‘Terms of Service’ which is to agree to the privacy policy of the app

    Thunder VPN Connection Request
    Following an agreement to the Terms of Service, you must then allow the app a ‘Connection Request’ per standard procedure

    Thunder VPN Main Page
    The main page of the VPN is evidently very simple, with a connect button below and adolescent Thor who represents the titular ‘Thunder’

    Thunder VPN Server List of Locations
    There are a list of server locations available to view via the lightning bolt of the top right corner of the main page

    Connected Main Page of Thunder VPN
    When connected the button turns red in color

    Thunder VPN Menu
    This sidebar menu emerges via the button of the top left of the main page. It has a number of standard pages

    Thunder VPN Feedback
    You can leave feedback on the app via this limited tick box selection, underneath the question, “What’s your problems?” [sic]

    Thunder VPN FAQ
    There is a FAQ available to witness which features only a few hypothetical questions that may help the user

    Settings Thunder VPN
    This settings page is the extent of customization available on Thunder VPN in which you can select ‘Notifications’

    Thunder VPN About Us
    The ‘About Us’ page doesn’t tell us much about them but there is a link to the Privacy Policy via the ‘Terms of Service’

    The Thunder VPN app has a functional, simple to use design and it’s also pleasing to the eye.

    The main page features an adolescent Thor who suddenly jumps into lightning action when you connect to a server.

    While this is very far from the god of VPNs, there is a degree of care in design and branding that elevates it above some of the more lazily produced free VPN providers that we see.

    It’s simple, but also rudimentary. There are barely any customization or configuration options at all. You can select an option for automatic connection and toggle notifications, but that’s the extent of it.

    As is the way with free VPNs, there are pop-up ads throughout. It’s more annoying than usual with Thunder VPN, as a lot of ads run for a minimum duration before the option to exit. It’s usually about five seconds, which doesn’t sound long – but certainly feels it.

    It’s also worth mentioning that some customers have reported connections cutting out randomly, or when the phone is asleep. Added security like a VPN kill switch would help with that flaw, but that’s not an available feature.

  • Android Details
    Content Rating:3+
    Author:Signal Lab
    iOS Details
    Content Rating:


    iOS (iPhone, iPad):

    4 User Reviews

    • Its shovel ware, getting you to download the app into a false sence of security. Tried to use this to watch tv shows on google from the UK, and a message said it was not avalible in my region. That leads me to believe that this app is fake as well as the rest of free VPN apps. Just get a payed service. Its not that expensive, and is actually functional.

    • I just can’t recommend this app,

    • Excellent, reliable VPN which when turned on in the settings is as easy to start is opening the app.

    • So far it works for the most part. I think it’s really the game I’m playing is the problem since it requires me to use VPN to play it in the first place due to the bug.

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