Most websites these days are built to pry, and this annoying website function frustrates the surfing experience. Websites cookies always try to get the information of the person browsing (device model, location, interest, etc.), so that they can send automated ad campaigns. Hackers and cyber criminals generally also try to get information of internet users. While all these happen world over, internet restriction is a on a whole bigger level in China, Turkey and Iran.
In the mentioned countries as well as few others, the governments of each country put in place internet censorship which blocks some selected IP addresses and websites. Hence, people who are browsing from China, for instance, cannot access the blocked webpages. This, without a doubt, limits user experience.
Being a tech enthusiast, I am always watching out for new tools that can improve user experience, and in one of my many researches, I found Yuix Privacy Browser Proxy VPN. So, as you read further, you will be to introduced to the features of this app so that you can decide whether and how Yuix can improve your experience on the internet, especially if you reside in Turkey, Iran, or China.
Yuix is a mobile web browser app with built-in VPN proxy that comes with trackers and ad blocking feature. It is compatible with iOS 11.0 or newer. It is in over 30 languages including Chinese, Turkish, Japanese, English, French, Afrikaans, Arabic, Spanish, Hindi, etc. Yuix app helps to maintain anonymity and protect your privacy while surfing the internet.
Features of Yuix Privacy Browser Proxy VPN
Well, you should know that I have tried Yuix and found it deserving of a review. So, if you’re like me who can’t stand pop-ups and you can’t browse comfortably knowing that trackers are taking your information, then getting Yuix installed on your iPhone is the way to go. More importantly, if you do not like to be restricted from visiting your favorite websites because of internet censorships, then Yuix is for you.
When I installed Yuix, as a new subscriber, I got 7 days free trail for the Premium VPN locations, after which I subscribed for $6.99. That’s the only in-app purchase I did.