The primary purpose of using a VPN is to INCREASE one’s online privacy. Sadly, many of the free VPNs do the exact opposite: they spy on you more than ever.
Sensor Tower supplied similar VPN products that all had different names. Examples include Free and Unlimited VPN, Luna VPN, Mobile Data, and Adblock Focus. All told, the 20 or so VPN apps owned by Sensor Tower had 35 million downloads on iPhone and Android phones. You should immediately uninstall any of these apps, reboot the phone, and then install a legitimate VPN product. In most cases, that means a paid VPN product. Sadly, Sensor Tower isn’t the only company ripping off their users with claims of “free” VPNs.
You can read more at https://gizmodo.com/at-least-20-vpn-and-ad-blocking-apps-with-35-million-do-1842228757.
If you are looking for a reliable, non-fraudulent, VPN, take a look at ProtonVPN at https://protonvpn.com/. It is available in two versions: FREE and paid. Even the free version of ProtonVPN is spyware-free and is very secure. Upgrading to the paid version allows for faster connections and a choice of more VPN servers around the world to choose from. However, I suspect that many users never upgrade as the free version works well for casual use.
Categories: VPN (Virtual Private Networking)