Finally Google One’s Released VPN for Windows and Mac .Google is coming up with a new VPN service for Windows and Mac but let me clarify that it will be paid as per the subscription included. Also, Google has already announced its arrival for iOS and Android earlier this year.
The company first announced its VPN service with the launch of its Pixel 7 lineup, at first it was said to be exclusive to the Pixel 7, but now it’s coming to all other platforms as well.
Google One’s Subscription Now Also Includes VPN Service
Google’s new VPN service is included in Google One’s premium subscription plans, but only in plans with 2 TB/”Premium” or above, and that tier costs about $9.99 per month ($99.99 per year).
But holders of the 100 GB “Basic” ($1.99/month or $19.99/year) and 200 GB “Standard” ($2.99/month or $29.99/year) tiers cannot avail of this VPN service.
In addition, you can share this VPN service with up to five more users, including storage features.
Google itself knows that people can be hesitant about its VPN service, so it actually explained how it works and specifically mentioned the main factors by which you should trust its service. can do
As on the front web page, it notes that the company will never use a VPN connection to track, log or sell your browsing activity. Also, to build further trust, it keeps the VPN service’s client libraries open-sourced on GitHub.
Also, this service is currently only available in some major regions, which are Australia, all certain European regions, North America, Japan, Netherlands, South Korea, Taiwan, United Kingdom.
It also has some system requirements, which you can check on its official support page. On the other hand, Microsoft is also planning to add in-built and free VPN features to its Edge browser.
Let me know what you think about Google’s VPN in the comment section below. Is it really private or just seems to be?