I have been doing research on suspicious Android VPNs for a while now. This jammed my Samsung Galaxy S5 so full of applications that I would need to remove a few to install a new one.
You hop on a public wi-fi network to check your email, peek at your social media feed, or even check your bank balance online. After all, everything should be safe because even though you’re on a free wi-fi network, you’re only accessing encrypted websites. There shouldn’t be anything to be concerned about with this free wi-fi network.
A VPN provides privacy, so your digital business won’t be known by anyone else but you. It means security, so no one else can access the information on your computer. And, it changes your IP address, so you can appear to be in a different location than you really are.