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How to set up a VPN on a Chromebook
Download the Surfshark app from the Google Play store
Install and connect to the VPN app on your Chromebook
A VPN for all Chromebook devices
Surfshark VPN supports all Chromebooks that can run Android apps. That means you can protect any Chromebook device such as Asus, Acer, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, and more.
Best VPN for Chromebook - why Surfshark?
Surfshark is one of the few VPNs that actually works on Chromebooks. It covers a wide range of other devices as well. Stay safe with a VPN for multiple devices !
Our RAM-only servers are top quality, making our service an excellent choice for those looking for a fast VPN connection.
Our industry-leading AES-256-bit VPN encryption will protect your Chromebook’s traffic from snoops and ad brokers.
Upgrade your Chromebook to bypass internet censorship and geo-restrictions for websites and apps.
We don’t log your information or track your traffic. What you do on the internet is your business and yours alone.
3200+ servers to protect your Chromebook deviceAll servers
Can you use a VPN on a Chromebook?
You can use a VPN on a Chromebook if it supports the Android app functionality. Alternatively, you can:
What free VPN works on Chromebooks?
The real answer is none of them. A free VPN may appear to function on your Chromebook, but it will not provide the security it should. Free VPNs are not safe. They are usually slower, have worse server coverage than paid services, and often collect your data to sustain their business model. Don’t believe us? We encourage you to do some research about free VPNs yourself!
What VPN works with Chromebook?
VPNs with Android apps are compatible with Chromebooks that have Android app functionality. Additionally, any VPN that has an extension can help you secure your browser traffic (not all traffic).