The Google project Fi’s VPN service has been limited to android users, the company announced in a press release to roll out the VPN to iPhone users starting this spring. The VPN service is officially making an appearance to all Android users, after being in beta in the last couple of years.
After so much acknowledgment and performance improvement, we are making the Fi VPN out of beta for android phone users, this will ensure a stronger and a better connection across apps services google stated.
Project Fi’s mobile service ensures infinite domestic talk and text, international messaging, tethering, and lots more. Google uncovered an always-on VPN that protects and hides any sensitive activity performed on google itself. The only disadvantage to this is your data could jump up to 10% while using it.
Google Fi launched a privacy and security hub for a safer internet Day (TIL) in the Fi app on android phones that will provide more insight on how to manage your Fi privacy and security features in one place.
The VPN as mentioned above is officially making an appearance out on beta on android, though the company didn’t say when it will make an appearance on iPhone this spring