We've all mindlessly connected to public Wi-Fi before, whether it's standing in line for coffee and checking email, hopping on the public subway network to see if it's raining, or logging into a library's Wi-Fi to catch up. But browsing the web on public Wi-Fi networks is not the safest practice when it comes to digital security.
In fact, this makes it much easier for hackers to gain access to your device, which can lead to the theft of some of your sensitive data such as usernames, passwords, bank account details, and so on. Luckily, VPNs encrypt your web traffic in the tunnel and replace your IP address, making it safe to connect to public Wi-Fi networks.
Applications connect easily with fast speeds. If the connection was lost, still protected.
Applications are regularly updated and therefore are now considered the perfect combination of speed, security and performance.
Applications are designed to provide privacy. But they also don't store more of our information than is necessary. Applications help you to be in a private and public network at the same time.