Do you still go to school? Or you have been in the workplace where certain useful websites are restricted from being accessible! We had seen authorities blocking torrent sites. However, Sometimes you need to access a blocked website and you don’t have VPN Services installed in the system or in the browser.
Do you know? You can use Google services as a proxy server to block restricted websites. We are going to mention two working methods that will help you to view restricted websites without any software or VPN. We will be using famous Google services to bypass paywalls and access blocked websites. Let’s know the methods.
Using Google Translate As Proxy Server
Step 1: You need to visit Google Translate Page in order to use it as a proxy server. Here you need to choose a language that is not your native. You can select “Spanish” or “French” etc.
Step 2: Enter the URL of the website that you want to access in the source and simply wait for it to get translated.
Step 3: Once it had done translating the text, The link will become clickable on the destination box.
You will see Google translate will translate the text as you browse the website. This is how Google works as a Proxy server. You can try to access any of your blocked sites!
Google Weblight As Proxy Server
Google Weblight is used to render heavy websites even on a slow connection. It optimizes web pages up to 80%. Google Weblight sometimes acts as a Data saver. We can use this service as a proxy server too! let’s know how to use it.
You just need to replace “Gadgetsay” with the site of your choice. Then simply paste it in your Browser’s address bar and hit “Enter”
You will see pages will load much faster compared to other. You can check this method by visiting some blocked pages.
Do you know any other services which can provide the similar type of results? If yes, then share it with us too. Leave a comment below if you need help at any stage.
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