Chapter in this post:
CyberGhost is a leading global provider of VPN solutions on a wide variety of end devices. With over 15 years in business and over 38 million users around the world, CyberGhost has a lot of experience. Worldwide redirecting of web requests as well as change of location for the activation of local internet offers are made possible by the more than 7.000 servers in 91 countries. In addition to macOS on the Mac and iOS on the iPhone, you can also use the CyberGhost VPN service on Windows and Android, on Fire TV and Android TV and of course with Linux. There is currently an inexpensive 1-year package with three additional months!
CyberGhost VPN for only 1,90 € per month *: Click here for the offer
* If you book directly for 2 years and include the two free months.
When you think of VPN services, several big names with an extensive range come to mind. CyberGhost even offers better values in some comparison points. For example in the number of servers and the different countries in which they are located. As already mentioned at the beginning, CyberGhost currently has 7.199 servers in 91 countries around the world. And again and again new ones are added, partly at new and partly as support at existing locations. All major continents are covered: Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, North America and South America.
Not only can you use CyberGhost VPN on a wide variety of devices under the respective operating systems, you can also keep track of things through your user account. If you have set up an account, take a look at the CyberGhost website, for example. "My CyberGhost" is in the menu on the left and then "Download apps" in the drop-down menu for this point. You will not only see an overview of the desktop apps, mobile apps, browser extensions (Chrome and Firefox) and TV apps, but also where you are already using the virtual private network. For the Mac with macOS you download an installer for the installation, which will guide you through the setup.
You don't always have to open an app to use CyberGhost on the Apple Mac, iMac, MacBook or other computer from Cupertino. The CyberGhost VPN service appears as a small ghost symbol in your menu bar and waits there for its use. If you click on the symbol (after you have completed all the necessary settings, see video below), you will see a large button for activating and deactivating the Internet redirection. Under "Connect to" you can server and Streaming locations choose. If your favorite is not yet in the selection, click on "Add new favorites". A window opens with the complete location selection.
CyberGhost offers a big advantage in terms of subscriptions: There are monthly, half-yearly and annual offers. So here you are not tied for two years as with other providers. The currently cheapest offer is the annual subscription with a discount and two additional months. For 24 months CyberGhost VPN only 49,40 euros are charged and you get two months free on top.
There is a 45-day money-back guarantee. If you are satisfied with the offer, then you can continue the subscription. But that costs 64,85 euros per year. Of course, you can cancel in advance to avoid being extended. All information about the campaign is available with this link.
You can use CyberGhost as a VPN service on Apple Mac, Windows PC, Linux machine, iOS and Android, Fire TV Stick, but also on the router or NAS. There are not only long instructions and guides in text form for this, but also short explanatory videos from the provider himself. The CyberGhost VPN YouTube channel offers up-to-date videos that offer an introduction to VPN use on a wide variety of systems. How do you install the Virtual Private Network on the Android TV or on a server? You can find out with the video offer. In the following I have embedded an example for you with the title "How to install CyberGhost VPN on a Mac":
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.