Many great websites provide awesome content in multi media format, but can only be accessed in certain countries, due to the copyright agreements the providers have complied with the country. While this is totally understandable, it sucks when you are excitedly jumping on to the site but only found that you are blocked.
Hola, a web service provider whose ultimate goal is to make the internet 10 times faster, provides a free browser extension that enables you to view any content from anywhere. Well, that’s another ultimate goal but for now, only the following sites are free to access virtually from anywhere with this Hola Browser Extension.
- BBC iPlayer
- many more to come
Currently, it only supports both Chrome and Firefox. You can download each extension from here and here, respectively. If you want to have both acceleration and unblocker on Windows system, you can download from Hola’s download page.
Once you have the extension installed, you can freely access the sites that are previously blocked due to your location restriction.
There is also another pretty cool extension, provided by MediaHint, that also does the same thing quite smoothly. Be sure to check it out as well.
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Last updated: 11/12/2014