Many applications use the GPS chip on your mobile to locate you. If you want preserve your anonymity by changing your GPS position, then know that it is quite possible.
Indeed, there are free applications that you just need to install to hide your location and fake your position. I will tell you everything in the rest of this article.
I'm not talking about a VPN, but apps that can actually change your phone's GPS location to your liking.
Fake your position on Android
First, search for "fake GPSOn Google Play and you'll find tons of apps, some free and some not, and others that require your phone be rooted .
An app that doesn't need your phone to be rooted is called Fake GPS, and it is really easy to use it.
Fake GPS is completely free to use. It can trick your various applications into thinking that you are not where you are. You can preset this location directly through the app.
Once installed on your Android smartphone, it will make your applications believe that you are in another location that you have previously defined.
How to use Fake GPS to change your location?
With just two taps, Fake GPS will change your GPS position and trick all the apps you have installed that need this data for their operation.
- To get started, install Fake GPS rental on your Android mobile.
- Open the app and tap Open settings to open your mobile settings.
- Go to Appli.localis.fictive and select Fake GPS.
- Now open the Fake GPS app and search the map for the location you want to give your phone.
- Use the play button at the bottom corner of the map to activate fake GPS location.
You can close Fake GPS and open Google Maps to see if your location is really changed. There you go, you may be virtually in Paraguay or near the Great Wall of China. A step forward in the protection of your daily privacy.
To retrieve your actual location, return to the app and tap the stop button at the bottom.
If you are interested in trying another Android location spoofer, the following apps work much like Fake GPS location: Fake GPS et Fly-GPS.