This is a VPN for your Android that doesn’t ask for any special access like other apps. It has all the popular locations, including the US and UK. Every single one is behind a paywall, and the free version doesn’t let you choose which country’s server you want to use.
The only thing free account can do is switching the app on and off. There’s an indicator telling you the network is active, but your location remains the same. There aren’t any free servers for you to connect, so you’re forced to buy the premium version.
Before you can activate the VPN, you have to allow usage tracking. Enabling it lets the software monitor how much data your other apps use. Google also does this, and it’s not as invasive as most people think.
Cluttered with ads
The interface is like one giant ad, and small ones will play each time you open it. The app also forces you to purchase the premium version to be able to use it. One good thing is that the programme will run in the background without hurting your RAM.
As there are many free VPN that let you spoof your location, this app doesn’t offer any value. There isn't anything special features that make it worth your money. You can find the same countries to connect to on any other program.