It depends on the Hotspot Shield subscription you have.
Hotspot Shield Basic (free)
Free users can only link one (1) device to their account. To upgrade your maximum allowable devices on your account, purchase a Premium subscription.
Hotspot Shield Premium
Premium users can add up to five (5) devices to their Premium account simultaneously.
From the Hotspot Shield app on your device, sign in to your Premium account to enjoy all your Premium benefits. Learn how to add devices to your Premium account.
Hotspot Shield is compatible with the devices listed below:
iOS devices running iOS 11.0 or later, including:
- iPad & iPad Mini
- iPod Touch
Android devices running Android OS 5.0 or later, including:
- All Android tablets and phones with VPN support
Android TV running Android OS 5.0 or later, including:
- All Android TVs
Mac desktops running Mac OS X 10.12 or later, including:
- MacBook Air, MacBook & MacBook Pro
- iMac & Mac Pro
- Mac mini
Windows desktops running Windows 7 or later, including:
- All Windows desktops and laptops
Routers running one of the following:
- FreshTomato, GL.iNet, Asuswrt, DD-WRT
Linux Machines running one of the following:
- Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, and Fedora OS
- Note that we will be releasing our Linux version soon. You can find more information on that here.
Current non-compatible devices
We’re working on it, but currently, Hotspot Shield is not compatible with the following devices:
- Gaming consoles (Nintendo, Xbox, Playstation, etc.)
- Kindle tablets
- SmartTVs that are not Android TV(Apple TV, Samsung, etc.)
- Windows phones
Please note that although the devices above are not compatible, you can still have Hotspot Shield on your Router which will, therefore, cover your entire network as your public IP will change to one of ours once you are connected to Hotspot Shield.