Google Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world in 2019, and you’re probably on this page because you’re one of the millions using it every single day.
But that popularity also makes Google Chrome a major target.
Did you know that without using a VPN for Chrome your ISP, the government, or malicious third parties can log your online activities and even interfere with your internet traffic?
The good news is that it’s super easy to install and set up a VPN for Google Chrome.
The easiest (and safest) way to protect internet traffic while using the Chrome web browser is to install a VPN at device-level, on your desktop or laptop computer or smartphone.
Just download the VPN software and connect – all internet traffic, from Chrome or any other app you’re running, will flow through the encrypted VPN tunnel.
Follow the links to read our separate installation guides for these devices:
Some VPNs come with extra tools specifically for Google Chrome.
These are called VPN browser extensions, and that’s what we focus on in this installation guide.
While they generally don’t provide the same level of privacy as using OS-level VPN software, VPN browser extensions for Chrome can be a great added feature for heavy browser users.
They might even come with extra tools such as WebRTC leak blockers and ad-blockers.
Setting up the VPN browser extension takes just a few minutes with our helpful, user-friendly instructions to guide you through the process.