Considering the rate at which we (bloggers and webmasters) places ads on our blogs/websites, sometimes it’s just too much and gets really annoying. Imagine a situation where the main page content is 10kb and ads is consuming about 100kb of data, well the best thing is to do is install an Ad Blocker.
Please note that when you use AdBlockers, you are affecting the publisher’s revenue: If you really like what the site offers, consider to make either make some donations for the admin or whitelist his website from your ad blockers.
The major reason to use an Ad Blocker is to increase security, decrease data usage and have a nice time browsing without having to deal with malware some ad installs on your PC. Several times I have written about Ad Blockers, why to use it, when to use it and when not to use it. In case you don’t know what an Ad Blocker is:
Ad blocking is a type of software that is capable of removing advertisements content from a web page, website, or a mobile app. The benefits of Ad Blockers are wide-ranging and the use of ad blocking software is increasing.
Below are the three best and commonly used Ad Blockers of 2017:
Ad Block Plus is the most popular free extension that allows you to block annoying ads, disable tracking and block domains known to spread malware.
Available for Android, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Maxthon, Opera, Safari and Yandex, Adblock Plus uses filters that you choose to block all unwanted elements.
Okay, Ad Guard isn’t free but it is the world’s most Advanced Ad blocker. Adguard will be a real solution for those who are tired of undesirable ads. There will be no more intrusive banners, distracting flash animation, annoying video advertising on Youtube. You can discover a clean and safe. Ad Guard Works in all browsers Firefox, Chrome, Yandex Browser, Internet Explorer, whichever browser you are using, Adguard will work equally well in all of them. Adguard checks each network query through the database that contains more than 1 500 000 phishing and malicious websites.
3. Ad Block
With AdBlock, most ads aren’t even downloaded at all. So you can focus on enjoying the content you want, and spend less time waiting for it. Ad Block has over 40 million users using its extension for Google Chrome and Safari. AdBlock works automatically, but it only takes two clicks to permanently allow ads on any page or an entire domain.