The search giant is getting into the reverse proxy game with its new proxy server software that can hide your search traffic and proxy it to Google’s servers.
In a blog post published Monday, the search giant said it is “in the process of rolling out a new set of reverse proxy features” for Android devices, with a “significant increase in latency” and “a large number of additional options.”
The software is already available in the Google Play Store.
The new software is part of Google’s ongoing effort to improve its network security, but it’s also aimed at making its search platform even more convenient for developers.
The search company says it is working on a new version of the reverse-proxy service, but didn’t say when that would be available.
“Google will continue to make improvements to the Google Search Console and other features to improve user experience and security,” Google said in the blog post.
Google said that its new reverse proxy software is “completely different” than its previous product, and “will not hide search traffic from Google’s network” and will work regardless of your connection.
It’s a move that Google says will help developers “better target search traffic” and is aimed at helping Google “protect users from malicious and potentially harmful requests.”
The Google search engine has long relied on reverse proxy servers to protect it from attacks by criminals and other bad actors.
Google says that the new version will improve that protection by offering “more granular protection,” but it doesn’t specify how.
It says that if your device is set to “private browsing,” your Google account will not be able to see any of your Google search traffic.
You can still browse the web by going to the settings menu, tapping “Private browsing,” and then tapping “Advanced” to configure the settings.
Google’s reverse proxy service is a Google product, but Google isn’t selling it for profit.
Google doesn’t have any official product to sell or promote.
It has long tried to make its search experience even more secure by offering a number of other security measures.
Google has offered a number on-demand security services, like VPNs, virtual private networks, and encryption, and it even started providing a free, ad-supported version of its own Chrome browser, called Chromium.
The company says that Chrome extensions that block Google searches will work with the new Google reverse proxy feature, but they won’t offer the same level of security protection.
Google didn’t detail what kinds of extensions are being blocked, or what the restrictions will be.
“There are currently no extensions currently blocked, however we are actively working to implement additional measures to improve the security of our products,” Google wrote in the post.