Freedom is an application on Android similar to CreeHack, designed for hacking in-app purchases. It may be identified as malware by some antivirus software, due to it being illegal and not following the Android guidelines.
Freedom is not as infamous as Lucky Patcher as it does not have as much functionality, such as removing ads or license verification which are possible in Lucky Patcher. It also requires root access, making it arguably less popular than CreeHack, although the methods it uses are newer and compatible with more applications that do not work with CreeHack. It is similar to CreeHack in the function of that the user only needs to press one button to activate the proxy server which will trick apps into thinking the purchase is coming legitimately from the Play Store.