If you work on a number of devices, you need to have a VPN that enables you to be protected no matter what device you are using. Whether you are hosting a video conference with a potential client or using one of the popular scheduling apps to get your work week in order, you need to make sure your online activity is protected. 

So, let’s take a look at how you can achieve this. 


How can you set up a VPN on a number of different devices?

  1. First, you need to choose the preferred VPN for your business. Our top three choices are NordVPN, Surfshark, and ExpressVPN. 
  2. Next, you will need to download the VPN app and install it onto the device. Make sure the version you choose is right for your device. 
  3. Now, you will need to repeat this step with all of your Internet-connected devices. As mentioned, the number of devices you will be able to connect to depends on the VPN you choose. This is why it is important to select with care. 
  4. Determine what server you want to connect to. Your choice of the server depends on what you are doing online, i.e. if you are accessing geo-restricted content, you will want to choose a server in the location of the streaming library you want to unblock. 
  5. There you go; you should now have secure Internet access across every device. It really is that easy!

FAQ about the best VPN for multiple devices

Can I use NordVPN on more than one device?

Yes, you can! NordVPN is a great choice if you want to connect to more than one device. In fact, one account will cover six devices. Plus, it does not matter what operating system you use, be it Linux, iOS, Android, macOS, or Windows, as they are all covered. 

How many devices can be on a VPN account?

The answer to this question depends on the VPN provider you choose. A lot of the VPN providers will have a set number of devices that you can add to your account at one time. You should be able to remove a device and add a new one if you wish to do so. Furthermore, there will be a specified number of connections you can have at the same time. For example, ExpressVPN allows you to add 16 devices to your account but you will only be able to connect five at the same time, so do keep this in mind when determining which VPN is going to be right for you. 


Which VPN allows multiple users?

There are a lot of different VPNs that allow multiple users, including NordVPN, ExpressVPN, and PureVPN. However, Surfshark does lead the way, as it allows an unlimited number of connections, which is a great feature. Let’s take a look at some of the better options:

CyberGhost

If you are yet to find the perfect VPN for you and your workforce, you may want to consider CyberGhost. CyberGhost is a popular VPN that allows you to connect 14 devices, with seven simultaneous connections permitted. 

There are a lot of other reasons why CyberGhost is a good choice if you are going to be connecting multiple devices. You can choose from over 6,000 servers, which are situated around the world. 

Plus, there are some great apps available for Android, iOS, macOS, Linux, and Windows, so we are sure that all of the devices you want to connect a VPN to will be covered. 


IPVanish

Another VPN that provides native apps available for Linux, Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows is IPVanish. Like Surfshark, you also get an incredible offer in the form of unlimited connections. 

As far as we are aware, IPVanish and Surfshark seem to be the only two providers that are offering this level of service at the moment. 

Aside from this, you can expect competitive pricing and true zero-logs service. 


PureVPN

Last but not least, we also highly recommend PureVPN if you want the best VPN for multiple devices. PureVPN covers over 140 countries, with more than 2,000 servers for you to choose from. 

You will be able to keep the entire family connected as well. PureVPN enables you to connect 11 devices to your account and you can run 10 connections at the same time. 

In terms of compatibility, you can expect pretty much every Internet-enabled device on the planet to be supported. This includes everything from PlayStations and Kodi to Amazon FireStick and Android TV.