IPVanish have released their Mac client

I know many people will be happy with the fact that IPVanish have released their Mac client. If you have OSx 10.7+ you are in luck and can download it right now. It supports a host of great features, lets you choose your protocol and thankfully shows all servers which are available, which if you are like me and using PPTP, it is a hassle to look up the server address each time you want to change location. The only thing missing which I would have liked to have see what for them to show current server utilisation.

Here is the full press release. “IPVanish made another big announcement today with the release of its Mac-based IPVanish VPN software.  The Mac client is currently in BETA and available to all new and existing IPVanish customers at no cost via www.ipvanish.com/software.

The IPVanish Mac client comes with a full lineup of features including:
-Installation setup wizard
-Auto-connect customization with options to connect to the most recent server used, the server with the fastest ping time or a specified server
-Switch IP addresses by city, country and/or server response time
-Switch VPN protocol (OpenVPN, L2TP, PPTP)
-IPVanish connection status integrated into the Mac menu bar
-Full preferences menu

A visual setup guide for the Mac client can be found at http://ipvanish.com/visualguides/app/MacOSX.  If you have any questions or feedback, please email [email protected] or your Account Manager directly.  Your input is always welcomed and appreciated.

Stay tuned for more announcements soon as IPVanish continues to enhance the best value, full-featured VPN service package in the world!”

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