Google One VPN Launches for iPhone and iPad Users

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Google has announced its VPN service part of its Google One subscriptions plans have launched in Canada for iOS users, and not just Android. The VPN by Google One launched in Canada back in August 2021, but was limited to Android users at the time.

The VPN service is available with Google One plans with 2TB of storage or higher, starting at $13.99 CAD per month or $139.99 CAD per year (save 17%).

To access the VPN on iOS devices, it’s available through the Google One app for iPhone and iPad. The VPN allows you to browse the internet privately, while also securing your data when using open public Wi-Fi.

“When you turn on the VPN, your online data is protected by traveling through a strongly encrypted tunnel. The VPN by Google One will assign you an IP address based on your current country so that websites can show you the right content for your region. But the websites can’t determine your precise location, like what city or region you’re in,” explains Google.

Currently, the following countries can access Google One’s VPN service when they subscribe to a plan with 2TB or higher:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Canada
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

Google also announced Android users of the VPN service now gain new features as well, below:

  • Safe Disconnect: Only use the internet when the VPN is activated.
  • App Bypass: Allow specific apps to use a standard connection instead of the VPN.
  • Snooze: Temporarily turn off the VPN.

Click here to download the Google One app for iOS and Android.