VPN Fast & Unlimited NordVPN
Description of App
Enjoy safe and private Internet access with the world’s most advanced VPN.
With NordVPN app for iPhone and iPad you can privately surf the Web and secure your Wi-Fi connections against various cyber threats. Sign up for your free trial now.
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PROTECT YOUR PRIVACY
Open the app and pick one of our 5000+ remote servers that are located in 60 countries.
STAY SECURE NO MATTER WHAT
With the NordVPN app on, all your Internet traffic is strongly encrypted and extremely difficult to decipher. What is more - we don’t keep any logs of your activity.
JUST TAP AND RUN
Click the activation button to turn your protection on and off. To select a server, simply click on the map or browse the country list.
TAKE US FOR A TEST DRIVE
Still not sure? NordVPN offers a 7-day free trial on all subscription plans, so you have nothing to lose.
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- Unlimited VPN traffic
- Friendly 24/7 support
- Automatic Kill Switch
- Connect up to 6 devices under one account
- Military-grade encryption protocols (IKEv2/IPsec)
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• NordVPN is a paid service so you’ll need a subscription to get started. The 12-month subscription plan costs $83.99.
• The payment will be charged to your Apple ID Account at confirmation of purchase.
• The subscription renews automatically unless the auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current billing period.
• Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of your selected subscription.
• Your subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal can be turned off by going to your App Store Account Settings.
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Device(s) App Was Tested On
THe app works extremely well accessibility wise and is easy to use. All text fields are labeled as are all elements, even if, in some cases, the labels themselves are still a little strange. They are clear enough however that you won't be left guessing what you're doing.
A slight oddity lies in how in some cases, actual buttons have no direct text on them. But if you swipe right you will see what the button's label is. This is most prominent in settings. However, tapping on the element not labeled as a button functions the same as tapping the button itself.
The only thing I don't like is the way otall countries seem to be in the middle of the screen. From a visual standpoint it makes sense, but accessibility wise it does prevent me from getting the info I might want/finding the quick connect button. However, it's there in case you have a specific server you want to connect to.
Fortunately it is easy enough to collapse the country list. Just for the "card view is..." element, and swipe up or down to expand/collapse it.
Note: Unfortunately your preference for the card view isn't saved when you exit the app.
Although many in app subscriptions are offered, NordVPN runs promotions on their website which is fully accessible as well. You may also find an offer in the Speedtest app.
A one week free trial is offered to start. If you buy a NordVPN plan off their website, you will have to ensure that you are not also set to subscribe through iTunes.
Note: Although the iOS app is accessible, there is, at this time, no way of using the NordVPN program on Windows as it is completely inaccessible.
The NordVPN Twitter feed is a great way to keep up with security related news, such as data breaches. You may also get a newsletter in your inbox once a month, which I highly recommend reading.
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I was able to log in, and connect to a server with the Windows client. Although the fields aren't labeled, guessing the first in the tab order is email address and the second is password works.
If after you switch to the NordVPN window and find yourself in a search field, either right away or after a few presses of Tab, just type a letter, any letter, so the search window populates with results. Then, tab several times through some unlabeled buttons, until you land on a Quick Connect button. Activating that connects you to the best available server, which is often what you want to do anyway. Or, use search and then your screenreader's OCR function to find a server in a particular country or region.
So, it's nowhere near as accessible as the iOS app, but it is doable if you're persistent enough.
When I tried it I was able to log in. However, after that I ran into a dead end. I wasn't able to navigate at all, and I didn't see any search results when I tried to type. Tabbing also got me nowhere.
I do wonder if someone could make a NordVPN addon for NVDA though.