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Ad Blocker - Blocks Ads, Scripts, Trackers & Annoyances
Mac OS Utilities
*** FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME - NORMAL PRICE: $4.99 USD ***
Ad Blocker is a handy utility that blocks web advertisements that come in the way of a seamless and enjoyable web browsing experience on Safari. Not only are these ads annoying, but they also clutter your screen, slow down your Mac and drain your battery.
When connected with our Safari extension, Ad Blocker can begin blocking various ads and tracking scripts, along with social widgets, annoyances, EU cookie notices, adult sites and much more.
The app comes pre-bundled with thousands of rules as to what kind of advertisements/websites to block.
You can also add your own customizable rules and white list URLs to prevent Ad Blocker from blocking ads on specific websites. Furthermore, you can manually add websites to your black list and block specific cookies and page elements.
• A seamless, ad-free experience on Safari. Regain control and enjoyment in web surfing experience.
• The types of ads blocked include: Animated ads, overlay ads and popups, video ads, social networking ads, expanding ads and countless more formats.
• Website Inspector: Use this to inspect any URL for the following: Load Time, Total File Size, Number of Requests, Number of Ads, Number of Trackers, Number of Social Annoyances
Note: an additional install of our free Ad Blocker extension for Safari is recommended in order to block content in Safari. Instructions within the Mac app, only takes 10 seconds!
Unlike other ad blockers, our app connects you directly with the website server you are accessing. The ad/content blocking rules are applied on the client side (your Mac). This is important as it means that you connection to a website is direct and private.
As with all FIPLAB apps, you can expect constant free updates and improvements, excellent customer support and a high quality experience. Please email us with suggestions and feedback.
- Works with macOS Sierra!
- Added thousands of new ad blocking rules
- Bug fixes