Do you have a Content Blocker installed for iOS?

  • Yes

    Votes: 5 62.5%
  • I might try this!

    Votes: 3 37.5%
  • No

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Total voters


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Level 14
I'm using "1Blocker X". It was like 2€ on app store and it also blocks trackers as well as other things like cookie notices, cryptominers and social widgets.

There are quite few ad blockers. Blockbear isn't bad and it's free.


Level 8
I change my DNS on WiFi to AdGuard Family, and Windscribe is on 99% of the time so ROBERT clears up the rest including on mobile data. DuckDuckGo Privacy Browser is my go-to and that also blocks trackers.

Not a criticism of these blocking apps, rather an alternative.


Level 31
Actually i just downloaded that enabled it in the settings i checked it its not blocked ads on 9tomac, neowin, a few sites as it's not working for me i dont know, so i disabled it and i use StopAd it works for me o_O

I'm on iOS 11.3.1