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Google has released the One VPN For Mac app which was previously only available on mobile. Google One VPN is Google’s own VPN software that encrypts your connections for greater privacy online.

However, Google’s One VPN For Mac does not allow you to access content in other countries to get around geo-restrictions.

The best VPN software for Mac like NordVPN allow you to connect to servers in different countries so that you can access Netflix in another country or watch geo-locked live sports for example.

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Google One VPN is primarily focused on security when surfing at home, on public WiFi connections and it reduces tracking by hiding your real IP address.

Google One VPN For Mac is open source which means anyone can verify and test the source code plus it has been independently audited for security.

Google One VPN For Mac costs $9.99 per month for the 2TB Google One Plan which you can share with up to 5 other people.

Included in this is a Google Workspace Premium plan with longer Group Meet calls, YouTube streaming, call recording and noise cancellation.

The Google One VPN For Mac app also works on both Intel and ARM based Apple Silicon M1/M2 Macs but requires macOS Big Sur or later.

At the moment, the Google One VPN for Mac app is slowly being rolled out for download depending on your region.

Some regions will see a “Windows and Mac” coming soon message while others will see the option to download it now.

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