AnchorFree looking for developer to help bring Hotspot Shield to Windows Phone

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According to a job posting uploaded a few days ago, AnchorFree is looking to bring their popular VPN service, Hotspot Shield, to Windows Phone.

Every time you surf the Web, you expose yourself and your devices to multiple online threats & risks; Hackers could steal your passwords & financial information and the sites you visit may contain malware.

Hotspot Shield VPN software uses advanced encryption technology to secure your browsing session, detect and blocks malware, and enables you to access your favorite content from anywhere. You can even bypass geo-restrictions to unblock Facebook, unblock YouTube, or unblock any website in countries that censor content.

Our Hotspot Shield VPN service also protects your IP address, enabling you to surf the Web anonymously and privately.

Hotspot Shield is currently available for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. Windows users have the option to pay for the service or use it free with ads. Details on the Windows Phone version are sparse, but we’ll keep you updated as the news comes out.

If any developers live near California and want to help bring one of the largest VPN services to Windows Phone, click on the source below.