The experience on your phone, based on your location, can come with some benefits, such as bypassing some geo-blocking restrictions, or simply having a better time with location-based apps  — like some games, social platforms, and so on.

While you can try to use a VPN to change your virtual whereabouts, alternatives that don't involve an IP change exist. GPS spoofers certainly sound enticing, and that's what AWZ AnyPorter does: it changes the location on your iPhone in just a few clicks, to anywhere in the world.

Whether it is to have a better experience in certain location-based games, or getting more out of a location-based app, such as a social or dating platform, the reasons for using a GPS spoofer are understandable. Though the procedure may sound rather complicated at first, that's not the case here.

All you have to do is connect your iPhone to your computer with a USB cable, then approve the connection on the mobile device. The software will then present you with a map, which you'll use to fake your GPS location.

The program itself is very easy to maneuver, and it doesn't take long before you can spoof your location to any place in the world. Upon connecting your phone, a map interface will be shown, allowing users to freely change their coordinates. It's as easy as picking a spot, and clicking Move.

Your phone will then recognize the change, and adapt accordingly. Your weather app will show the weather for the fake location, social platforms will show you content relevant for that area, and so forth.

Interestingly, users can also set a customized route via the software and explore it as if they were there, which can make for a fun little game.

Those interested in faking their coordinates will see a lot to appreciate in AWZ AnyPorter, especially as it's a program that simply works as intended.