ExpressVPN is one of the best VPN services on the market, and now it's easier than ever to use on your Apple TV, thanks to its inclusion in the App Store.
Previously, there were a few extra hoops to jump through to get ExpressVPN on the Apple TV, but now it's as simple as downloading the app from the App Store, inputting your login details, and selecting a country to connect to.
Though there are many VPN providers out there, ExpressVPN comes highly recommended, having topped our list of the best iPhone VPN services.
How to use ExpressVPN on your Apple TV
It's now easier than ever to install ExpressVPN on Apple TV and only requires you to download the app from the App Store, sign into your account, and purchase a plan that suits your needs.
Why would I use ExpressVPN on my Apple TV?
The most popular reason for using a VPN service with Apple TV is to gain access to region-restricted content. If you want to access media only available in specific countries, such as Studio Ghibli movies on Netflix, or live sporting events not being broadcast where you live, then ExpressVPN can work for you.
It's worth noting, though, that this practice goes against the terms and conditions of Netflix and other streaming services. Using ExpressVPN on your Apple TV as described above also does not offer you the privacy benefits of using it on your other devices — it simply allows your location to be spoofed to access content from other regions. For full VPN protection for your Apple TV, you want to use ExpressVPN with your Wi-Fi router.
Does ExpressVPN work with Apple TV?
Yes, you can use ExpressVPN with your Apple TV. It used to be a lengthy process, but now you can install the best VPN service directly from the App Store on your Apple TV. Get your stream on: ExpressVPN
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