Google Chrome is by far the most useful internet browser these days. Chrome makes a lot of things convenient for it’s users with different needs by allowing third-party programs to run and be installed on it’s platform, for free. If you use Google Chrome at work, you probably know how helpful it is for people who use the internet in their day to day job. For instance, if you are a web programmer, there’s a Chrome extension for that, if you are a writer, there’s also a Google Chrome extension for that such as Grammarly.
However Google Chrome is not just beneficial for work purposes only but also for personal use. If you manage multiple accounts, you can use a Chrome extension to manage your password, if you are a music lover, there’s also a Google Chrome extension you can use for that.
So, If you like watching movies or TV series online, then Google chrome can be a paradise for you, too. There are many chrome extension you can use to do it even when a particular streaming website is not available in your country. In this post, we have listed best VPN Chrome extensions that can be used to unblock websites.
HoliaVPN is a freemium IP provider you can use when you need to conceal your identity. It has over 30 countries available with different IP addresses for each country. I’ve been using HolaVPN for a while now and I’d say, it’s been providing me what I really need and I don’t even feel like I’m using a VPN because my internet connection is the same as my regular IP.
A dual purpose VPN you can use on Chrome browser. This VPN chrome extension has two functions which are; to give you a proxy ip and at the same time, block advertisements that may appear while you are connected to this VPN. However, unlike HolaVPN, Windscribe requires you to create an account with them and once you are logged in to their system, you’ll be able to use their limited IP address.
This VPN is almost similar to HolaVPN. No registration, no logs, no ads, and no credit cards required. It’s a click on/off function so no need to undergo a technical process in order to make it work. By default, it shows you your default IP address but they change it when you are browsing the web. Unfortunately, all prime countries like Canada, Australia, United Kingdom requires a premium account before you can get a hold of their IP.
Some people say this VPN extension on Google Chrome is better than the others. It also got 5 star rating in the Chrome store from 803 users. However, when I used this VPN, there are only limited locations I can choose from and some of it requires a premium account but when it got into action, a website that I couldn’t access with other VPN, was made possible to access by VPN-Free.pro which is quite intriguing.
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Joseph is an avid internet user who aims to enlighten all internet users the importance of keeping your information safe online. He writes about proxy and torrent on his blog