Private Internet Access gets a new look and feel

The PIA team has been listening to customer feedback, and working hard to incorporate many ideas to make its VPN better than ever.

PIA new design

Private Internet Access (PIA) recently got a makeover both in its apps and on the company’s website.

In the post announcing the new look and feel, the PIA team says it has been “attentively listening” to customer feedback, and working hard to incorporate many ideas to make its VPN better than ever.

Aside from the new look and feel, PIA also incorporated other changes, including:

  • Optimized website UX
  • New website content
  • New logo
  • New features such as Dedicated IP
  • Upgraded server network infrastructure

And that, apparently, is just a start with more news and new features coming in the future. In the meantime, PIA promises the same, strong commitment to privacy of its users.

As part of that commitment, they reminded us about their efforts of securing the most advanced server technology possible, and applying state-of-the-art upgrades to the PIA network. More precisely, they are upgrading their legacy server network infrastructure to bare-metal, generation 4 servers that are optimized for 10gbps — so that PIA users can get “blazing fast VPN connection speeds” along with robust security.

Also noted was the Dedicated IP feature, which offers a solution for the growing remote workforce that wants all the security of a VPN, but needs a static IP address to connect to remote office networks.

The announcement concludes that PIA remains committed to its no-logs policy, transparent open-source VPN service, and 24/7 live support. PIA has operated for 10+ years as one of the most trusted VPN providers, and yes – we highly recommend it.

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Pros

Cons

  • Fast, reliable download and upload speeds
  • Works great for Netflix and torrenting
  • Dedicated Chrome and Firefox extensions
  • Connect 10 devices simultaneously
  • Doesn't work well in China