There are common reasons to use the VPN across all applications you may use. With Kodi, you might have noticed online material suggesting you to use VPN and how to set it up but it is not necessary to use VPN for Kodi because it is just a media player and an empty shell.
Although you can use a VPN as that good if you have it in general. It is an encrypted “tunnel” which is used to transfers your activity on the internet between your PC and a host server. With the help of the VPN, you can restrict anyone to track your online activity.
The popular reason to use a VPN is that it “spoof” your location. Specifically, with Kodi which is the open-source has its own concerns, mainly with third-party add-ons. These add-ons can be built anywhere and by anyone. Even if you’re not using the copied or the pirated content there are the chances that your security could be compromised. Kodi is an empty shell in which you’d install various add-ons that are fine in the official repository but outside it could be a real hornet’s nest.
Why Should You Use a VPN?
You should use a VPN because it’s not just about spoofing your location but a VPN can help you “hide” online, maintains more privacy and limits what various organizations, even governments are seeing.