Privatection Privacy Protection Center is a very interesting iPhone and iPad utility that sends randomized GPS information to apps that use your location in order to keep your current location and identity anonymous.
This is definitely the first app of its kind that I’ve come across, and I can imagine it coming in very handy if you’re trying to use an app that blocks certain countries; I can’t condone this one way or the other but the app itself does work very well.
What we have here is a very novel addition to the Utilities category of the App Store that provides a personal privacy data protection system for inter-app communication, enabling you to obscure your location by sending randomized GPS information.
With this app you can send your location as a random longitude and latitude in order to hide your real GPS coordinates, and it also allows you to set up your own parameters to apply to all of your apps if required.
Protect Your Identity
Privatection Privacy Protection Center is perfect for using location-based apps anonymously, and it displays a highly minimal amount of information instead of providing comprehensive data over third-party servers.
What’s more, all of the data pertaining to your actual geographical location is stored solely on your iOS device, meaning that this information will never be transmitted to any other servers around the world.