GPS spoofing can be a tricky problem to solve, especially for users who want to send GPS coordinates to friends or family.
GPS spoofers use the satellite’s position and direction to trick the device into thinking that it’s moving somewhere else, allowing them to send a GPS signal to a device in the wrong direction.
The device then has to navigate through a maze of GPS coordinates that is filled with holes.
There are plenty of solutions out there, but we’ve highlighted the ones we think have the best accuracy, most robustness and least likely to be hacked.
Some of the best spoofing tools on the internet are free and open source.
But if you’re looking for a free GPS spoofer that’s robust and trustworthy, we’ve picked the best free ones for Android, iOS and Windows.
We’ve also rounded up a list of the most trusted and reliable GPS spoofors.
GPS device spoofing apps for Android A number of Android apps allow users to create a spoofing profile and send GPS locations to a GPS device.
Most apps offer free or low cost plans, so you can take advantage of these free apps.
Google Maps: Google Maps is a free and ad-supported GPS spoofor that’s compatible with Android phones and tablets.
The app has a range of spoofing options, including a simple one that will tell you your location in real time.
It also has a simple, but effective, spoofing mode that will make you know where you are even if you don’t look at the map.
The free version of Google Maps will tell your location even if it’s not visible on the map – and even if your device is turned off, it will still work.
GPS Device Tracker: Google’s GPS Device tracker can be used to create spoofed GPS locations and can also send GPS signals to other devices.
The tool is compatible with Google Maps, Android, iPhones, iPads and Android Wear watches.
GPSDeviceTracker can also tell you the GPS coordinates of your device.
This spoofing tool is free and available on both Windows and Mac OSX.
There is a paid version that is a little more expensive, but you can get the free version for $1.99 per month.
GeoTag: GeoTag is a commercial GPS spoof tool that comes with a range the option to spoof an Android device, and can send GPS location data to other apps.
Geo Tag is a bit more expensive than GPS DeviceTracker, but it is free to use.
Google’s app, GeoTag, is compatible only with Android smartphones and tablets and has a very limited spoofing capability.
GeoTagger: GeoTagging is a spoofed Android device spoofor and the free GeoTag Android app can send location data from Android devices to Google Maps.
Geo Tagger is a lot more expensive and requires Android smartphones.
GeoSpy is free on Android devices.
GeoStripe is free, but the app is limited to Android phones only.
GeoGPS is a freemium spoofing app that can be downloaded on Windows, Mac OS X and iOS devices.
Google Chrome: Chrome’s Geofencing plugin allows you to send location information to GPS spoofed devices and can be installed on many devices.
You can install Geofence on Android phones, too.
GeoFence is a mobile-only spoofing solution that works with the Google Maps Android app and Google Chrome.
GeoForce is also available on Android.
Google Weather: The Weather app in Google Chrome can send data from your GPS device to weather apps on other devices such as Apple iOS devices, Amazon Fire TV and Roku.
It can also be installed directly on your device to spoof your GPS location.
GeoTrace is available for Android phones.
Google Earth: Google Earth can spoof your location using your GPS and can then send the location to a weather app on your Android phone.
Geo Trace is a web-based app for Android devices that can send locations to your device or your GPS.
GeoNet is a cloud-based spoofing service that is compatible on Google Maps and Google Earth.
GeoEye is also a cloud service, but is not compatible with your GPS unit.
Geo-Trace: Geo-Trackers like GeoTrac are free for Android smartphones, and it’s possible to send your location to them.
Geo Trackers like GeTrac work with Android devices, but are limited to iOS devices and some Google Maps apps.
Geotest is free for iOS devices but requires iOS devices to install GeoTraces on the device.
GPS Stunts: GPS spoofs are usually a fun part of the outdoors, but some can be very dangerous.
You’ll need to be careful if you try to spoof a GPS beacon or signal that could give away your position or location.
GPS tricks and tricks can work in different scenarios, but when it comes to spoofing your GPS, it’s best to follow these basic guidelines.
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