July 29, 2015 Leave a comment Secure your mobile Wi-Fi devices By Meredith Cunningham 13,31213.3k I know that we've said this a lot, but it's so important I'm going to say it again: You have to secure your Wi-Fi! There's no excuse for an unsecured Internet connection.An open Wi-Fi network is an invitation for anyone to hop on. From neighbors to hackers, you could be hosting a party that slows down your connection, puts your information at risk or even gets you in legal trouble. -advertisement- But it's not just your home computer that hackers are after. They want the data on your smartphones and tablets, too, and they can easily take it with an insecure Wi-Fi connection.How can you make sure you stay safe on any Wi-Fi connection? Try Hotspot Shield VPN.It's the top security app in the iTunes store, with more than 300 million downloads and it works relentlessly to protect your data.It aims to let you browse any site on the Web privately and anonymously, while protecting you from phishing scams and other malware. And because Hotspot Shield is its own virtual private network, all your data is accessed through Hotspot Shield's secure servers so hackers and even advertisers will have a hard time tracking you. It encrypts all your Internet traffic, stops unwanted ad tracking, and prevents your IP address from being seen.Even better, if you're at a place that blocks websites, you will be able to visit them regardless using Hotspot Shield. It can also help you save money on your phone bill by compressing data. This can be a huge money saver for someone on the go. Apps Links Download for iOS - Free Download for Android - Free Security Work and Productivity Privacy Previous Apps Get a date for you and your dog Next Apps Find great travel deals for destinations all across the world Related Articles This app stops other apps from violating your privacy Free way to use the Internet anonymously Hide the computer files you don't want other people to see Is there a secret key logger recording everything you do on your computer or laptop?