Get a VPN on any platform
Secure your browser
A VPN encrypts the traffic between your browser and the website. That way, if anyone (say, your internet service provider) tries to spy on your connection, they won’t get anything.
Your IP (Internet Protocol) address is logged when you go places online, leading back to you. Install a VPN on Chrome to replace your IP with the VPN server’s.
A quality VPN like Surfshark operates under a strict no-logs policy and even maintains servers that would go blank if anyone tried to seize them.
Open your access to online content
Someone may have made a YouTube video unavailable in your country and/or the website itself may be blocked. However, a VPN extension for Chrome can overcome those blocks.
All those streaming services, and not one is offering their full library worldwide. With a VPN, you can easily connect to a server in the required country and get what you need.
Some countries block access to regular websites like Facebook and Instagram. However, a VPN - even a Chrome VPN - can bypass the restrictions.
Enjoy the best VPN tech can offer
There are many VPN protocols out there, but the one everyone’s talking about right now is WireGuard. It’s fast, secure, sleek, and fits every occasion like a black t-shirt would.
A VPN protocol impacts your speed, but so does the distance to the server. With Surfshark’s 3200+ servers (1Gbps port or better) in 65+ countries, one will always be nearby.
A good VPN for Chrome offers more than a secure connection to one of many servers worldwide, but also features like the ad-blocking CleanWeb and privacy-ensuring WebRTC blocks!
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I set up a VPN extension for Chrome?
The process of getting a VPN extension for Chrome is very simple:
- Find a VPN app on the Google Play Store.
- Click “Add to Chrome” to install it.
- Log in.
- Connect to a server.
For a more in-depth guide, read here.
Is there a free VPN extension for Chrome?
You can find a free VPN extension for Chrome, but it’s usually not worth it. Free VPNs offer a much lower quality of service in terms of speed, features, and server variety. They might even compromise your privacy and security.
For a more detailed explanation, take a look at our comparison of free and paid VPNs.
Does Chrome have a VPN extension?
Yes, VPN extensions for Chrome exist. Their main difference from a VPN app is that extensions only protect the browser traffic. If you’re also using the internet via other apps – like downloading games on Steam – that traffic will remain unprotected.
How do I know if my VPN is working?
There are a few ways to check if your VPN is working, like running DNS and IP lookups. We have a more detailed guide here.