Freegate is an anti-censorship software that lets you access websites that are blocked from countries like China, Cuba, and Iran. The software uses Dynaweb, which, similar to the popular Vidalia software Tor, uses a P2P-like proxy system network. Freegate was first developed for use in China by Dynamic Internet Technologies Inc, one of the first organizations to create anti-censorship software.
Many users struggle to get rid of browsing restrictions, but sooner or later they still end up in front of their computer with a long list of blocked websites. Freegate lends a hand to those who cannot access certain web pages due to restrictions, providing a fast and simple way to bypass all those rules.
Freegate No setup process required
The great thing about Freegate is that it doesn’t need to be installed, you only need to double-click the executable file to have it up and running. It can also be set to stay hidden in the system tray so it does not take any space on your desktop or taskbar.
Freegate Simple and intuitive interface
Its interface is very clean and easy to use and the most important thing is that the application will do most of the tasks without requiring user intervention. Simply put, Freegate automatically detects the browser you use and applies a predefined list of websites that are usually blocked in certain countries.
Guarantees fast access to the Internet
The software solution scans for multiple proxies servers and connects to the fastest one, but still allows you to choose another one if you experience problems with the default option, as we discovered during our tests.
Have navigation history automatically cleared
Among the features of Freegate Professional, a pretty useful one can be found in the ‘Settings’ tab and it enables you to set the application to automatically clean the Internet Explorer history when you exit the program.