Are there any free AdBlock apps. available that actually work instead of pretending they do?
- TasmLv 63 weeks agoFavorite Answer
No even the paid one do a good job. The ads just find a way around the block, or the site wont work unless the adblocker is turned off.
- 3 weeks ago
Adblock Plus / NoScript. Those two together I find work best to answer your question.
- EnigmaLv 63 weeks ago
Sure. Adblock Plus,Adguard Adblock,Privacy Badger,uBlock Origin. Privacy Badger not only blocks ads but also a very large amount of trackers. The Brave Browser and the Epic Privacy Browser are two browsers that add an active ad blocker. Opera does too but must be activated. Both Opera and the Epic browser not only block ads but also provide the user with a free VPN.
- scott bLv 73 weeks ago
Ad Block Plus.
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- SkyLv 73 weeks ago
For what kind of system? I use Ad Block Plus for my Firefox browsers, and I think it's available for other browsers as well. It's free and effective. There's also uBlock (read as "MicroBlock") which is free and seems to work well, too. But my experience with those is all on PCs. If you want something on a tablet or phone, start looking.