Two days ago, Google has released a new software update for its Wi-Fi router, which allows parents to control access to over 8 million explicit websites. Today, the search giant has expanded the availability the router to five new countries.
The router is now available in 5 new European markets, including Finland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands. This means that it is currently available in a total of 12 countries, which isn’t something to be proved of. Depending on the market, the device ranges from €139 to €155.