Mac Sentry is a company based in Belize with servers in more than 18 locations including countries like Germany, USA, Canada and Netherlands. As the name suggests, Mac Sentry is exclusively made for Mac and iOS devices, but it works fine with other operating systems like Linux, Windows, and Android as well.
When you compare it with other VPN services, the Mac Sentry falls short on the number of servers it has. However, it makes up for it by providing unique features that you would not want to switch to any other VPN.
Apart from offering the regular features of a VPN package including anonymous browsing, unblocking websites and data encryption, Mac Sentry also includes three unique features which no other VPN service offers. The first is called the Network Connection Monitor which provides information on which other programs are currently running on the device and how much bandwidth they are consuming. How does this help? This enables you to shut down unnecessary programs to increase the downloading speed.
Secondly, Mac Sentry also comes equipped with a Disk Manager which allows you to clean up your computer’s hard disk by deleting old files. And finally, the service also provides a battery monitor tool to keep track of the battery usage so that you are not suddenly left with a dead battery in the middle of an important piece of work.
The VPN is quite strict in terms of maintaining the privacy of its users and follows a no-log policy.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
• Ensures a secure connection – Mac Sentry keeps you protected, safe and secure at all points in time.
• Get access to blocked websites and services – Stay connected with the world from any location with the Mac Sentry VPN website unblocking feature which allows you to access geoblocked on the go.
• Allows P2P sharing – Peer to Peer sharing of Mac Sentry allows you to share files with users connected on the same server.
• Connect up to 5 devices – You can connect up to 5 devices including mobile phone, laptop, and tablet to the VPN.
Mac Sentry VPN is available for Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android.