What is an IP address?
An IP (or internet Protocol) address is the numerical identifier for a computer on the internet.
IP addresses are generally written as a string of digits punctuated by dots or colons, like 172.16.254.1 (IPv4) or 2001:db8:0:1234:0:567:8:1 (IPv6).
Why do I need to change my IP address?
Changing your IP address keeps you anonymous online, and also allows you to access online content that may be blocked in your home country.
To change your IP address, simply connect to a VPN server from a different location. Your public IP will be changed to the IP of the VPN server.
Check and update your location for Google
You can visit a non-U.S. Google site by visiting the domains listed here.
Alternatively, you can check and update your location for Google.
How do I check my IP address?
Want to see your current IP address? Need to know if your VPN is working or if you’re protected online for anonymous downloads? You can do that on ExpressVPN’s “What’s my IP Address?” page!