Blur – which combines and improves on our old products, MaskMe and DoNotTrackMe – is already gaining some serious accolades.
PC Magazine this week named Blur an Editors Choice for privacy protection. Blur received 4.5/5 stars in analyst Neil Rubenking’s review.
Neil is a notoriously tough reviewer, so we’re thrilled that he had a positive experience with Blur. His writeup offers a good overview of all of Blur’s features – from password management to masked emails to masked credit cards – and mentions a few things that are coming down the pike, like two-factor authentication.
It’s true that several of the items in Neil’s review are “premium” features in Blur, but as he notes, you can try Blur’s premium service free for 30 days if you create a new account.
And while Neil is correct that you can get a one-year Premium subscription for $39, you can also opt for a three-year plan for $79. That’s about 7 cents per day for what may just be the best privacy suite on the market.
“There’s nothing else quite like it,” Neil writes. We’re inclined to agree.