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Best 5 VPNs to Maintain Privacy on Google Chrome

Google Chrome is an excellent option for a browser and is only growing in popularity. This is not likely to change in anytime soon, but you need to be aware that Google Chrome isn’t the most privacy conscious service available to you. You are vulnerable to have your information intercepted on public networks and Google itself might be interested in tracking your information.

This is why you need a tool such as a Virtual Private Network (VPN) so you can protect yourself from whoever might be curious about you. It is a service that will connect your computer to an offsite secure server that will hide your IP address. It will do so via an encrypted connection that will let no one be able to see what you are doing online. You will need to pick out a good one that works well with Google Chrome and gives you a wide variety of options for your investment.

Here are five of the best VPNs to keep you safe on Google Chrome:

  1. ExpressVPN

    ExpressVPN might be considered pricey by some, but it is most certainly one of the best options for you to use on any device for any purpose. It generally has everything you could ask for in a VPN, and the high speeds will allow you to watch or listen to whatever you want while on Google Chrome. This is important as on lesser VPNs you might find yourself waiting for videos to buffer or pictures to load. On top of that, ExpressVPN has the very best customer service team in the industry. You will get a quick response to your inquiries, simple as that. Try to think of it as the premium option for your private browsing needs.

  2. IPVanish

    IPVanish is a great service that has no weakness and it will most certainly keep you safe on Google Chrome no matter what you are looking to accomplish or where you are. It boasts speed and you can expect speed combined with an ease of use that is great for those who are new to the technology. The only downfall is the service’s cost. It costs just as must as other services but doesn’t offer anything exceptional. Nevertheless, it is a great all-around option for those looking for a simple and working VPN.

  3. NordVPN

    After taking a closer look, one can say that NordVPN is a bit more specialized than the other VPNs on the market. It is for those obsessed with privacy and protection, and the features of NordVPN allow you to have a veritable safe room online. No one will know what you are doing, and I’d like to see someone try. The tradeoff is that all of these extra features will necessarily reduce the speed of your connection, meaning that on Chrome you might be stuck reading documents and articles unless you want to wait for a lot of buffering or have an absurdly strong connection and computer to begin with.

  4. PureVPN

    PureVPN is probably best used by travelers and businesspeople, making an effort to state that it is great for travel. All things considered, it is a great VPN for online freedom, and using Google Chrome, you might be looking for that freedom. You’ll find it compatible with nearly any device, so if it runs your favorite browser you can use it just fine. You will also find it quite reliable with minimal downtime and few errors.

  5. HideMyAss

    HideMyAss is quite possibly the most popular VPN on the market, dominating the market via its expansion and the benefits that come with that expansion. You will be happy to know that there are plenty of servers for you to choose from based in a great number of countries (they advertise 190). You will also be allowed to use it on more than one device at once. The only negatives are that there are reports of it being a bit slower than the other services mentioned and that the customer service isn’t as fast as it could be.


VPNs are common and you need to watch out for faulty products and scams. It can be disheartening to believe that products meant to protect you on Google Chrome can do anything but that, but you need to prepare yourself so that you can stay anonymous online and allow no one access to your private information.

If you are looking for more good recommendations or would like to hear more about each of the above services (and others), it would be best to check out some VPN reviews from one of the following websites:

Do you have any thoughts on VPN usage for Google Chrome? Do you have any opinions on which VPN would be best for Google Chrome? There is a lot of information out there, and we’d love to hear your opinion. Please leave a comment below and join the conversation.

About the Author: Cassie Phillips is a longtime VPN user and a big fan of Google Chrome. She is a writer and blogger who mostly focuses on internet security and new technology. She hopes that her expertize helps others and is glad that you are learning what you need to so you can stay safe online.


  1. I have noticed that you wrote about finding the best VPN in your article
    Thanks, it is really important for people to be aware of their privacy!
    While is a great site to find a vpn, I think you may want to share also which includes not only the top 10 vpns, but rather all vpns out there (more than 230).
    Isn't it fair to also let users know of the underdog vpns that are maybe less known, but do a good job?
    Thanks in advance,


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