Turbo VPN is a secure VPN service available on iOS and Android devices. It is suitable for offices, schools, and homes to protect your privacy and public Wi-Fi networks with AES-128 bit encryption. Turbo VPN helps change your IP address to any place like Iceland, the US, Brazil, India, Korea, Japan, UAE, Singapore, UK, Spain, Russia, and more. Highly secured IPsec protocols and OpenVPN protocols (UDP/TCP) help to hide your online identity and browse safely. In this tutorial, we shall discuss installing and using Turbo VPN on Android TV.
Turbo VPN has both free and premium plans. It includes additional benefits like a kill switch option, ad-free, access to premium locations, etc. In addition, Turbo VPN can simultaneously protect five devices with a single subscription. The following are the premium plans available right now.
- 1 month – $11.99/month
- 6 months – $6.99/month
- 1 year – $5.00/month
- 2 years – $4.17/month
Highlights of Turbo VPN
- Strict No-Log Policy.
- AES-256 Encryption.
- Wi-Fi Protection.
- Anonymous Browsing.
- ISP Throttling Detector.
- Private DNS & Leak Protection.
- 24/7 Expert Support.
Turbo VPN on Android TV
Turbo VPN has more than 21000+ servers and locations in 45+ countries. It is supported on iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows devices. If you want to purchase a VPN subscription, visit the webpage turbovpn.com/pricing and choose your plan. It is also provided with a 30-day free trial. You can cancel at any time.
Supported Android TVs
- Sony Smart TV
- TCL Smart TV
- Sharp Smart TV
- Skyworth Smart TV
- Philips Smart TV
- Mi Smart TV
- Hisense Smart TV
Supported Android TV Boxes
- Nvidia Shield TV
- Mi Box 4K
- Tanix TX6
How to Install Turbo VPN on Android TV
#1. First of all, turn on your Android TV and connect it to the internet.
#2. Launch the Google Play store and tap on the search bar.
#3. Using the virtual keyboard, enterTurbo VPN and search for it.
#4. Choose Turbo VPN from the suggestions list and tap the Install option.
#5. Wait until it gets installed. Then, click Open to launch the app.
#6. Log in with your registered username and password if necessary.
#7. Choose a server that you want to connect to.
#8. Tap on connect option to start VPN.
Fantastic! Turbo VPN is activated on your Android TV. So start browsing your favorite websites without any restrictions.
Sideloading Turbo VPN on Android TV with Downloader
#1. Launch Google Play Store.
#2. Go to the search bar, enter Downloader and search for it.
#3. From the results, select the Downloader icon and click on install to get Downloader on Android TV.
#4. After the installation, go back to the home screen and open Settings.
#5. Select Device Preferences > Security & restrictions.
#6. Tap on unknown sources and toggle the Downloader located next to it.
#7. Launch Downloader app.
#8. Enter the URL for Turbo VPN Android TV apk.
#9. Tap on the Go option to download the respective apk file.
#10. Click on the downloaded apk file to install Turbo VPN on your Android TV.
#11. Tap the Install menu.
#12. Once installed, it will prompt you to delete the apk file.
#13. Click on delete to remove the installation file.
You can see the Turbo VPN app on the home screen. Launch it and connect to a VPN server to protect your data and privacy while browsing.
Installing Turbo VPN Using Aptoide TV
#1. First, enable the unknown sources setting for Turbo VPN on your Android TV.
#2. After enabling it, get back to the home screen and open Sideload Launcher.
#3. From there, launch the Aptoide TV.
#4. Navigate to the search bar of Aptoide TV and search for Turbo VPN.
#5. Select the Turbo VPN from the search results and tap on the Install button.
#6. The Turbo VPN will install on your TV automatically.
#7. After installation, open the Turbo VPN app and go through the sign-in process.
Other Supported Devices
Here are the few VPNs that you can try as an alternative for Turbo VPN
Yes, you can install it on your Android TV using Google Play Store or Downloader app.
Canada, Germany, India, Netherlands, Singapore, New York, NY, and San Francisco are the available Turbo VPN server locations.