Put.io Review (Updated February, 2017)

My favorite way to download torrents is to use Put.io. Yes, there is a fee to use it but I think the cost is completely worth it.

There are multiple reasons this is my favorite torrent downloader, which I'll explain below. However, if you want just one reason, consider that you can download torrents through your web browser without a desktop client, from anywhere you have access to the internet.

Another cool thing about Put.io is that if you use it while connected to a VPN service, you're essentially downloading torrents anonymously.

Top 6 Instructive Ways to Make Your Web Page Mobile Friendly

By NTW Designs: Web Design Company

Mobile friendly web design is the way to go. With the majority of internet viewers using mobile devices, web designers have no choice but to adapt.

Google webmaster tools have started to point out quick facts about the importance of mobile design. With this much use on mobile devices, every website should be tested and seen if it is mobile friendly.

There are six ways to make your webpage mobile friendly! Keep reading to learn more.

PIA (Private Internet Access) VPN Review (Updated February, 2017)

Updated February, 2017

Private Internet Access (PIA) definitely ranks high in my list of VPN services. All the features are wonderful, it's easy to use, and it's very cheap when you compare it to similar services.

Even though the company is US-based, it has thousands of servers located across more than 20 countries, and you can switch between the countries as many times as you want (which you won't see with every other VPN service out there). Plus, you can use your account on multiple devices at once!

I use Private Internet Access for my two computers and iPhone, but don't buy it just because I recommend it. Look through this review to see the features to make an informed decision.

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39 VPN Services and Their Prices Compared (February, 2017)

Updated February, 2017

I have a large list of free and paid VPN services to better secure your internet browsing. The table below just serves as an easy way to compare the prices of some non-free ones.

Some of these VPN services have alternative plans that are more expensive but come with more features. The prices you see here are the cheapest plans available for each service.

Also, some of these services do not let you download/upload an unlimited amount of data. Choose the "Buy" link next to each service for more information about these things.

Summary:
  • Cheapest VPN from this list: SecurityKISS ($1.99 /month)
  • Cheapest VPN I've reviewed: Kepard ($2.91 /month)
  • The VPN I use: Private Internet Access ($3.33 /month)