AdBlock and Adblock Plus (ABP) are two of the most popular ad blockers. Here we compare both tp see which is better for blocking ads.
Mobile ads can be annoying and distracting. Here’s how to block them.
If you are using Chrome for desktop or Android, we’ll tell you here what you need to know about the latest Chrome ad filter.
If you’ve spent a lot of time experimenting with the best adblock addons for your browser, check out these 4 browsers with integrated adblocking features. You won’t be disappointed.
With Adblock deciding to allow “acceptable ads,” it means you should find a replacement. Here are 5 alternatives to Adblock Plus that allow you to browse in peace.
Both AdBlock and Facebook consider each other a thorn in their side. But what do Facebook engineers do that frustrates AdBlock developers so much?
Many people are using ad blockers to block ads. The question is will publishers be hurt by ad blockers and will users suffer as well?
Have you heard about the Opera browser’s new built-in ad blocker? Let’s take a look at it and see if it’s a good replacement for your current ad blocker.
If you’re using an adblock extension or addon in your browser of choice, you may not be utilizing all of its features. This article will show you how to get more out of your favorite adblocker.
The latest OS for Apple mobile devices, iOS 9, has ad-blocking capabilities. Do you block ads on your mobile devices?
This past month Google made the news for seemingly bypassing adblockers on Chrome, leading to a discussion on both adblock and advertising on YouTube.
In iOS 9 there’s a Safari feature called Content Blockers to enable ad blockers. This post will help you choose a good ad blocker for the Safari browser.
Many websites have declared war on ad blockers by claiming that their use drops their revenue. Are ad blockers really killing the Internet?
uBlock Origin is a newer ad blocker that is fast and lean. Can it compare to Adblock? Let’s find out.
Online advertising takes many forms and appears many different places. How would you describe the state of online advertising?
There isn’t anyone who uses the Internet regularly who hasn’t been bothered by ads. No one wants to go through the extra steps of adblocking, but is it a necessary evil?
Are you someone who can’t live without some type of ad blocking extension for your Web browser? Have you ever thought about simply replacing those ads with cool widgets, instead of completely hiding them? If you haven’t thought of it, maybe Adlesse will change your mind.
Ads, while they pay the bills for site owners and app developers, can sometime annoy the end user. Luckily, eliminating the majority of the ads on your Android is a lot easier than you might think. Here is how you can do so.
Google launched its Chrome browser in 2008. At the time it was fast, secure, stable and a minimalistic alternative to Microsoft’s beleaguered Internet Explorer and Mozilla’s bloated Firefox. However, Chrome was also criticised for lacking any extensions or customisation options. So, slowly Google rolled out extensions, theme support, and even Web Apps. Although we have […]