There are lot of VPN apps that are available for free, but GeckoVPN has some feature that make it unique among all. It is available for Android smartphones and tablets and can be installed Windows/Mac too by following few steps.
GeckoVPN allow users to bypass the network restrictions to enjoy fast internet connection. Lot of free VPN services are very slow and have lot of traffic. GeckoVPN has very fast servers and ensure that your connection is encrypted for security purposes.
Surf the web with ease when connected to public WiFi with GeckoVPN as it secures you from hackers attacks. GeckoVPN offers free fast unlimited internet with lot of options for VPN servers locations.
Download GeckoVPN for PC
In order to install and use Android apps like GeckoVPN for PC on Windows, you need to have an Android emulator installed.
Presently, there are lot of good Android emulator softwares available for both Windows and Mac operating systems. We recommend to first give Nox Player a try to install GeckoVPN for Windows.
- Download Nox App Player for Windows
- GeckoVPN in Google PlayStore
Other ways to keep yourself safe when using free WiFi
In general, we don’t recommend that you use public WiFi unless you have no other choice. While it might be nice to enjoy free internet (and not use up your valuable and expensive mobile data), the risks of trouble are significant. Why, you ask? Because free and unprotected WiFi draws in people who like to use WiFi that can’t be tracked back to them. This is true even in situations where the WiFi has a password. If you are in a public place (such as coffee shop, hotel, hostel, hospital, library) where lots of people have access to the WiFi password, there is a much higher likelihood that someone has used that connection to try and do harm to others.
The first thing we recommend to help keep yourself is to avoid public WiFi. If that is not an option, then definitely avoid WiFi that doesn’t require a password, which is going to reduce the access of others somewhat. After that, we recommend that you only engage in communications (or internet browsing) that doesn’t contain or involve any of your sensitive or private information, where you would be harmed if the information was stolen or spied on.
There is no way to be 100% safe on public WiFi, but if you do these things you will be better off than not.