I’m a big advocate of using VPNs, especially when on the go and connected to networks you aren’t confident you can trust. When you use a VPN, all the data that leaves your machine is encrypted and anonymized.
Adding a VPN is especially important when you’re transmitting sensitive data and don’t want a third party to intercept that information and use it against you.
I’ve been using the Google One VPN on Android since its release and have been exceptionally pleased with the results.
So, when Google released the client for MacOS, I was eager to install and use it.
And now, I’m going to show you how to install and use it on MacOS.
How to install Google One VPN on MacOS Requirements
Let’s get this VPN up and running. The only things you’ll need for this are a MacOS device (either an Intel or Apple Silicon-based device) and a valid Google account. That’s it.
After the file downloads, open Finder, navigate to the Google One dmg file, and double-click it. When prompted, double-click the VpnByGoogleOne.pkg file, and walk through the simple installation wizard.
Installing Google One VPN on MacOS is very simple.
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