Unblocking geo-restricted streaming channels (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, etc.) is a great achievement for all those people (me included) that like to watch the latest (and most interesting) movies, documentaries, or mini-series. What can be better than ending your day with a glass of wine and a good movie?
There are several solutions for accessing blocked streaming sites or apps: VPN, Smart DNS, proxies. The one that brings you the smoothest streaming experience is Smart DNS, as it does not involve any encryption. For those using their MacBooks to relax after a long day, I am going to explain how to set Smart DNS on Mac.
Set up Smart DNS on Mac [Summary]
Setting up Smart DNS can be done in a matter of seconds. On Mac, you need to get to the macOS DNS settings and alter the DNS with server addresses provided by the Smart DNS service.