AdBlock

AdBlock

By FutureMind

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2014-03-16
  • Current Version: 4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 18.04 MB
  • Developer: FutureMind
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 30,065 Ratings

Description

The original AdBlock - the last ad blocker you'll ever need. We've been blocking ads on iPhones and iPads since 2012 - we know our game :) AdBlock allows you to block ads on your iOS device. Get rid of 99% of annoying popups, banners and video ads. Protect your privacy, limit bandwidth use, speed up your device, save battery and drastically improve your day-to-day iOS experience. The most important advantages of AdBlock are: • AdBlock works with Wi-Fi and cellular networks. You don't need to set it up separately for every network you use. • AdBlock has a local DNS proxy service built in. Use it to see which domains you're device is contacting. Create your own rules and assign any IP address to any domain right on your device. • AdBlock has enhanced DNS proxy rules export and import function. Share DNS proxy rules with other users, easily import rules found on the Internet. • AdBlock allows you to create your own list of domains and synchronise your rules between all your devices using iCloud. • AdBlock allows you to protect your privacy by blocking mobile trackers. Prevent Internet trackers from recording of your activity. • AdBlock does not send your Internet traffic through any remote server. All of your connections stay direct, fast and secure. Ads are blocked on your device. • Setting up AdBlock is very simple! Just download the app, and follow the tutorial to set everything up. • AdBlock automatically updates to the latest version of the filters on every app run. We keep the ad servers database up-to-date for you. • AdBlock comes with a very handy widget to quickly enable or disable DNS proxy on your device. Looking for support? Contact our dedicated support line at support@adblockios.com

Screenshots

Reviews

  • Update

    1
    By Remliw1009
    Hasn’t been updated in a year The app crashes all the time on my side doesn’t seem to block a lot of ads please update
  • Excellent

    5
    By minguree
    No more ads! YAY!
  • A life changer

    5
    By ahaooyuser8
    This is a life changer. It not only blocks ads in browser, it blocks ALL apps on your phone. Recently after a system update it stopped working somehow, the developer responded promptly and fixed it. Thumb up!
  • Update support iOS 12 😔

    5
    By Juanka25
    I love ❤️❤️❤️❤️
  • Doesn’t support any third party browser

    3
    By Roldan90
    If it could block content for third party web browser it would be perfect
  • Worked 25% of the time

    2
    By ReviewGuru21
    Don’t waste your money on this app it doesn’t work very often and I have been using it for 3 months. It has good reviews tbh idk how it does.
  • Still getting annoying pop-ups

    1
    By CE332
    Unfortunately, I am still congratulated for winning Amazon/Wal-Mart gift cards multiple times per day. This was the only reason I purchased the app to begin with. Interestingly, it seemed to slow them for a day or two after downloading, but it didn’t stick.
  • Works very well

    5
    By Sonofzeus26
    This works very well for me. This is a lot better than Adblock for Firefox on my Android phone because this blocks ads from not just the browser, but everything. Apps. Games. Etc.
  • How is this app #1 in Utilities?

    3
    By AnotherBotDown
    This app or the way it is implemented right now definitely doesn’t work with the newest iPhones. I will keep trying and will update if it ever works but for bow this is a total waste of $2. First app I purchased coming from android. update: Maybe I was too quick to jump in to review reading all the comments, but I can see this blocking ads now in some of my applications after adding a couple of dns lists from the internet.
  • Sort of works...

    3
    By Dopple871
    I’ve been using this for quite a while, and lately, Ive noticed it doesn’t block as many ads as it used to. I love the concept, like an auto updating hosts file, but it’s kinda sketchy. The vpn also shuts down frequently, but that might be the fault of iOS.

keyboard_arrow_up