Our favorite VPN solution ExpressVPN now supports Amazon Fire TV Stick, Amazon Fire tablet, and Android TV. So you can finally stream and watch your movies or TV shows from Kodi while being secured by the VPN server in any location.
ExpressVPN is notorious for their massive multi-platform support which includes Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, Blackberry, routers or gaming consoles. Now they are adding a TVs.
Support comes from the latest update of the Android app to version 6.7 which was released on January 12. To download ExpressVPN into your Android TV just open Android TV Google Play and search for “ExpressVPN” (see detailed steps). On Amazon Fire TV Stick/tablet open Amazon Appstore and search for “ExpressVPN” (see detailed steps). Installation and setup are pretty straightforward.
A lot of users think they don’t need VPN while watching smart TV, but that’s a big mistake. First, your location may be exposed to anyone same as on the computer because the TV is mostly connected to the same router in your house.
Second, you can easily overcome any geo-restrictions by connecting to a server in one of the 94 countries ExpressVPN is offering.
Of course, in order to use ExpressVPN on your TV, you need to have a valid subscription. 1-month license starts at $12.95 or you can get a 1-year plan for $99.95 (e.g. $8.32 per month). Just keep in mind ExpressVPN supports only 3 simultaneous connections which are quite low.