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I'm using Screen Time on the iPad. I have selected some sections in App Limit. For example, I selected "Entertainment" in App Limit, which blocks the YouTube website. Under Website Content, I can allow or block specific websites, but adding the YouTube website to the allow section didn't work, and Safari still blocked YouTube. Does this mean that a website cannot be permanently excluded from App Limit?
In the context of Screen Time on iPad, when you set an App Limit for a specific category like "Entertainment" that includes blocking the YouTube website, adding YouTube to the allowed websites list under Website Content should ideally exempt it from the App Limit restriction. However, if you are experiencing issues where Safari continues to block YouTube despite adding it to the allowed list, there might be a few factors to consider:

1. **Syncing Delay**: Sometimes changes made to Screen Time settings, including allowed websites, may not take effect immediately due to syncing delays. It's possible that the changes you made need some time to sync across devices.

2. **Browser Cache**: Safari may be caching the website block even after you've added it to the allowed list. Clearing the browser cache on Safari could potentially resolve this issue.

3. **iOS/iPadOS Bugs**: There could be a bug or glitch in the iOS/iPadOS system that is preventing the allowed website list from functioning correctly. In such cases, updating your device to the latest version of iOS/iPadOS or contacting Apple Support for assistance might help.

If you've tried the above steps and are still facing issues with permanently excluding a website from the App Limit in Screen Time, it might be worth exploring alternative solutions or reaching out to Apple Support for further troubleshooting.
 
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In the context of Screen Time on iPad, when you set an App Limit for a specific category like "Entertainment" that includes blocking the YouTube website, adding YouTube to the allowed websites list under Website Content should ideally exempt it from the App Limit restriction. However, if you are experiencing issues where Safari continues to block YouTube despite adding it to the allowed list, there might be a few factors to consider:

1. **Syncing Delay**: Sometimes changes made to Screen Time settings, including allowed websites, may not take effect immediately due to syncing delays. It's possible that the changes you made need some time to sync across devices.

2. **Browser Cache**: Safari may be caching the website block even after you've added it to the allowed list. Clearing the browser cache on Safari could potentially resolve this issue.

3. **iOS/iPadOS Bugs**: There could be a bug or glitch in the iOS/iPadOS system that is preventing the allowed website list from functioning correctly. In such cases, updating your device to the latest version of iOS/iPadOS or contacting Apple Support for assistance might help.

If you've tried the above steps and are still facing issues with permanently excluding a website from the App Limit in Screen Time, it might be worth exploring alternative solutions or reaching out to Apple Support for further troubleshooting.
It seems the problem is not sync, cache, or bug, but it's how App Limit works, which is that you can't exclude websites from App Limit.

I access m.youtube.com with Safari, and controls are missing on YouTube. Any help?
 

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It seems the problem is not sync, cache, or bug, but it's how App Limit works, which is that you can't exclude websites from App Limit.

I access m.youtube.com with Safari, and controls are missing on YouTube. Any help?
If you are accessing YouTube through Safari on your iPad and find that certain controls are missing on the mobile version of the website (m.youtube.com), there are a few potential reasons and solutions to consider:

1. **Desktop Site**: Sometimes, mobile versions of websites may not display all the features and controls available on the desktop version. To access the full set of controls on YouTube, try switching to the desktop version of the site. You can do this by tapping the "AA" icon in the Safari address bar and selecting "Request Desktop Website."

2. **Browser Compatibility**: Some features on websites may not work optimally on certain browsers. Ensure that Safari on your iPad is up to date to ensure compatibility with the latest website features and controls.

3. **YouTube App**: If you are looking for a more comprehensive YouTube experience with all controls available, consider downloading the YouTube app from the App Store. The YouTube app provides a more tailored experience with access to all features and controls.

4. **Settings and Permissions**: Check your Safari settings to ensure that JavaScript is enabled, as some website controls may rely on JavaScript to function properly. You can enable JavaScript in Safari settings by going to Settings > Safari > Advanced > JavaScript.

5. **Clear Cache and Cookies**: Clearing the cache and cookies in Safari can sometimes resolve issues with website functionality. You can do this by going to Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data.

By considering these potential solutions, you may be able to access the missing controls on YouTube when using Safari on your iPad to browse m.youtube.com. If the issue persists, you may want to explore using the YouTube app for a more feature-rich experience.
 

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If you are accessing YouTube through Safari on your iPad and find that certain controls are missing on the mobile version of the website (m.youtube.com), there are a few potential reasons and solutions to consider:

1. **Desktop Site**: Sometimes, mobile versions of websites may not display all the features and controls available on the desktop version. To access the full set of controls on YouTube, try switching to the desktop version of the site. You can do this by tapping the "AA" icon in the Safari address bar and selecting "Request Desktop Website."

2. **Browser Compatibility**: Some features on websites may not work optimally on certain browsers. Ensure that Safari on your iPad is up to date to ensure compatibility with the latest website features and controls.

3. **YouTube App**: If you are looking for a more comprehensive YouTube experience with all controls available, consider downloading the YouTube app from the App Store. The YouTube app provides a more tailored experience with access to all features and controls.

4. **Settings and Permissions**: Check your Safari settings to ensure that JavaScript is enabled, as some website controls may rely on JavaScript to function properly. You can enable JavaScript in Safari settings by going to Settings > Safari > Advanced > JavaScript.

5. **Clear Cache and Cookies**: Clearing the cache and cookies in Safari can sometimes resolve issues with website functionality. You can do this by going to Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data.

By considering these potential solutions, you may be able to access the missing controls on YouTube when using Safari on your iPad to browse m.youtube.com. If the issue persists, you may want to explore using the YouTube app for a more feature-rich experience.
Videos show no controls at all, just play/pause on m.youtube.com with Safari.
 

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Videos show no controls at all, just play/pause on m.youtube.com with Safari.
If you are experiencing issues where videos on m.youtube.com are not displaying all the controls in Safari on your iPad and only showing the play/pause button, this could be due to various factors. Here are some troubleshooting steps you can try to resolve this issue:

1. **Update Safari and iOS**: Ensure that your Safari browser and iPad operating system are up to date. Sometimes, updating to the latest versions can resolve compatibility issues with websites like YouTube.

2. **Clear Safari Cache**: Clearing the cache and website data in Safari can help resolve loading and display issues. To do this, go to Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data.

3. **Check Safari Settings**: Make sure that Safari settings are configured correctly. In Safari settings, ensure that JavaScript is enabled as YouTube videos require JavaScript to function properly. You can enable JavaScript by going to Settings > Safari > Advanced > JavaScript.

4. **Try Desktop Mode**: Switch to the desktop version of YouTube on Safari. Tap the "AA" icon in the address bar and select "Request Desktop Website" to see if the missing controls appear in the desktop version.

5. **Use YouTube App**: Consider using the official YouTube app from the App Store for a more optimized video viewing experience with all controls available.

6. **Reset Safari Settings**: If the issue persists, you can try resetting Safari settings by going to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data > Remove All Website Data. This will reset all website data stored in Safari.

By following these troubleshooting steps, you may be able to resolve the issue of missing video controls on m.youtube.com when using Safari on your iPad. If the problem persists, you may want to reach out to Apple Support or YouTube support for further assistance.
 

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If you are experiencing issues where videos on m.youtube.com are not displaying all the controls in Safari on your iPad and only showing the play/pause button, this could be due to various factors. Here are some troubleshooting steps you can try to resolve this issue:

1. **Update Safari and iOS**: Ensure that your Safari browser and iPad operating system are up to date. Sometimes, updating to the latest versions can resolve compatibility issues with websites like YouTube.

2. **Clear Safari Cache**: Clearing the cache and website data in Safari can help resolve loading and display issues. To do this, go to Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data.

3. **Check Safari Settings**: Make sure that Safari settings are configured correctly. In Safari settings, ensure that JavaScript is enabled as YouTube videos require JavaScript to function properly. You can enable JavaScript by going to Settings > Safari > Advanced > JavaScript.

4. **Try Desktop Mode**: Switch to the desktop version of YouTube on Safari. Tap the "AA" icon in the address bar and select "Request Desktop Website" to see if the missing controls appear in the desktop version.

5. **Use YouTube App**: Consider using the official YouTube app from the App Store for a more optimized video viewing experience with all controls available.

6. **Reset Safari Settings**: If the issue persists, you can try resetting Safari settings by going to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data > Remove All Website Data. This will reset all website data stored in Safari.

By following these troubleshooting steps, you may be able to resolve the issue of missing video controls on m.youtube.com when using Safari on your iPad. If the problem persists, you may want to reach out to Apple Support or YouTube support for further assistance.
I'm trying Kaspersky Safe Kids. Does it require Screen Time enabled on the iPad?
 

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I'm trying Kaspersky Safe Kids. Does it require Screen Time enabled on the iPad?
Kaspersky Safe Kids is a parental control app that allows you to monitor and manage your child's online activities on various devices, including the iPad. While Kaspersky Safe Kids provides its own set of features for parental controls, it does not require Screen Time to be enabled on the iPad for it to function properly.

Kaspersky Safe Kids operates independently of Apple's Screen Time feature and offers its own tools for setting time limits, monitoring app usage, managing content filters, and tracking your child's location. You can use Kaspersky Safe Kids to customize settings and restrictions based on your child's needs and your parental control preferences.

If you are using Kaspersky Safe Kids on your child's iPad, you can configure the app settings according to your requirements without the need to enable Screen Time. Kaspersky Safe Kids provides a comprehensive set of parental control features to help you ensure a safe and healthy online experience for your child.
 

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Kaspersky Safe Kids is a parental control app that allows you to monitor and manage your child's online activities on various devices, including the iPad. While Kaspersky Safe Kids provides its own set of features for parental controls, it does not require Screen Time to be enabled on the iPad for it to function properly.

Kaspersky Safe Kids operates independently of Apple's Screen Time feature and offers its own tools for setting time limits, monitoring app usage, managing content filters, and tracking your child's location. You can use Kaspersky Safe Kids to customize settings and restrictions based on your child's needs and your parental control preferences.

If you are using Kaspersky Safe Kids on your child's iPad, you can configure the app settings according to your requirements without the need to enable Screen Time. Kaspersky Safe Kids provides a comprehensive set of parental control features to help you ensure a safe and healthy online experience for your child.
Would using Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time affect battery usage given that Screen Time is built into the operating system?
 

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Would using Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time affect battery usage given that Screen Time is built into the operating system?
Using both Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time simultaneously on an iPad may potentially impact battery usage, as both apps are actively monitoring and managing various aspects of the device's usage. Here are some factors to consider regarding battery usage when using these apps together:

1. **Background Activity**: Both Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time may run background processes to monitor and track usage, which can consume battery power. Constant monitoring of app usage, screen time, and online activities may contribute to increased battery usage.

2. **Location Tracking**: If location tracking features are enabled in either app, they may use GPS and location services, which can impact battery life. Continuous location tracking can drain the battery more quickly.

3. **Data Synchronization**: Data synchronization between the apps and their respective cloud services may also require network connectivity and processing power, potentially affecting battery usage.

4. **Settings Optimization**: To minimize the impact on battery life, you can optimize the settings of both Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time. For example, adjusting the frequency of data updates, reducing location tracking intervals, and limiting background activity can help conserve battery power.

5. **Device Performance**: Running multiple monitoring and control apps simultaneously may also have an impact on overall device performance and battery efficiency. It's essential to monitor the device's performance and battery usage to ensure optimal operation.

While using Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time together may have some impact on battery usage, you can mitigate this by optimizing settings, monitoring battery performance, and balancing the use of these apps to meet your parental control needs while minimizing battery drain. Regularly monitoring battery usage and adjusting settings as needed can help maintain a balance between effective monitoring and battery efficiency.
 

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Using both Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time simultaneously on an iPad may potentially impact battery usage, as both apps are actively monitoring and managing various aspects of the device's usage. Here are some factors to consider regarding battery usage when using these apps together:

1. **Background Activity**: Both Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time may run background processes to monitor and track usage, which can consume battery power. Constant monitoring of app usage, screen time, and online activities may contribute to increased battery usage.

2. **Location Tracking**: If location tracking features are enabled in either app, they may use GPS and location services, which can impact battery life. Continuous location tracking can drain the battery more quickly.

3. **Data Synchronization**: Data synchronization between the apps and their respective cloud services may also require network connectivity and processing power, potentially affecting battery usage.

4. **Settings Optimization**: To minimize the impact on battery life, you can optimize the settings of both Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time. For example, adjusting the frequency of data updates, reducing location tracking intervals, and limiting background activity can help conserve battery power.

5. **Device Performance**: Running multiple monitoring and control apps simultaneously may also have an impact on overall device performance and battery efficiency. It's essential to monitor the device's performance and battery usage to ensure optimal operation.

While using Kaspersky Safe Kids and Screen Time together may have some impact on battery usage, you can mitigate this by optimizing settings, monitoring battery performance, and balancing the use of these apps to meet your parental control needs while minimizing battery drain. Regularly monitoring battery usage and adjusting settings as needed can help maintain a balance between effective monitoring and battery efficiency.
The turn off screen time option is not available under settings - screen time with Kaspersky Safe Kids installed. It seems Kaspersky Safe Kids requires screen time to function.
 

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The turn off screen time option is not available under settings - screen time with Kaspersky Safe Kids installed. It seems Kaspersky Safe Kids requires screen time to function.
If you are unable to find the option to turn off Screen Time under Settings while Kaspersky Safe Kids is installed on your iPad, it is possible that Kaspersky Safe Kids relies on certain aspects of Screen Time for its functionality. Some parental control apps may interact with system-level features like Screen Time to provide additional monitoring and control capabilities.

In this case, if Kaspersky Safe Kids requires Screen Time to function properly, you may not be able to turn off Screen Time without affecting the functionality of Kaspersky Safe Kids. It's important to note that some parental control apps integrate with system features to enhance their monitoring and management capabilities.

If you are specifically looking to disable Screen Time on your iPad while using Kaspersky Safe Kids, you may need to reach out to Kaspersky support for guidance on how to manage these settings effectively. They may provide instructions on how to configure both apps to meet your parental control needs while ensuring that Kaspersky Safe Kids functions as intended.

It's recommended to consult the support resources provided by Kaspersky Safe Kids or reach out to their customer support for assistance in managing the interaction between Screen Time and the parental control features offered by Kaspersky Safe Kids on your iPad.
 

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Thank you, @Bot. Kaspersky Safe Kids free version has all that I need. It is effective and works well. The staff can consider this thread resolved and close it.
 

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If you are unable to find the option to turn off Screen Time under Settings while Kaspersky Safe Kids is installed on your iPad, it is possible that Kaspersky Safe Kids relies on certain aspects of Screen Time for its functionality. Some parental control apps may interact with system-level features like Screen Time to provide additional monitoring and control capabilities.

In this case, if Kaspersky Safe Kids requires Screen Time to function properly, you may not be able to turn off Screen Time without affecting the functionality of Kaspersky Safe Kids. It's important to note that some parental control apps integrate with system features to enhance their monitoring and management capabilities.

If you are specifically looking to disable Screen Time on your iPad while using Kaspersky Safe Kids, you may need to reach out to Kaspersky support for guidance on how to manage these settings effectively. They may provide instructions on how to configure both apps to meet your parental control needs while ensuring that Kaspersky Safe Kids functions as intended.

It's recommended to consult the support resources provided by Kaspersky Safe Kids or reach out to their customer support for assistance in managing the interaction between Screen Time and the parental control features offered by Kaspersky Safe Kids on your iPad.
How do I add a shortcut on the screen left to the Home screen? I cannot drop the shortcut from the home screen to the left screen in edit mode on iPad 17.
 

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How do I add a shortcut on the screen left to the Home screen? I cannot drop the shortcut from the home screen to the left screen in edit mode on iPad 17.
On an iPad running iPadOS, you can add a shortcut to the left of the Home screen by following these steps:

1. **Enter Edit Mode**: Press and hold an app icon on the Home screen until the icons start jiggling. This indicates that you are in Edit mode.

2. **Move the App**: While in Edit mode, drag the app icon that you want to move to the left side of the screen. Drag it towards the left edge of the screen until you reach the next screen.

3. **Navigate to the Left Screen**: Continue dragging the app icon to the left edge of the screen. This action should transition your iPad to the screen to the left of the Home screen.

4. **Drop the App**: Once you are on the left screen, release the app icon to place it in the desired position.

5. **Exit Edit Mode**: To exit Edit mode and save the changes, press the Home button or swipe up from the bottom of the screen (depending on your iPad model) to stop the icons from jiggling.

If you are unable to move the app to the left screen using the above steps, you may want to ensure that you are dragging the app icon far enough to trigger the transition to the left screen. Additionally, make sure that there is space available on the left screen for the app shortcut.

By following these steps, you should be able to add a shortcut to the left of the Home screen on your iPad running iPadOS. If you continue to experience difficulties, feel free to provide more details so I can offer further assistance.
 

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On an iPad running iPadOS, you can add a shortcut to the left of the Home screen by following these steps:

1. **Enter Edit Mode**: Press and hold an app icon on the Home screen until the icons start jiggling. This indicates that you are in Edit mode.

2. **Move the App**: While in Edit mode, drag the app icon that you want to move to the left side of the screen. Drag it towards the left edge of the screen until you reach the next screen.

3. **Navigate to the Left Screen**: Continue dragging the app icon to the left edge of the screen. This action should transition your iPad to the screen to the left of the Home screen.

4. **Drop the App**: Once you are on the left screen, release the app icon to place it in the desired position.

5. **Exit Edit Mode**: To exit Edit mode and save the changes, press the Home button or swipe up from the bottom of the screen (depending on your iPad model) to stop the icons from jiggling.

If you are unable to move the app to the left screen using the above steps, you may want to ensure that you are dragging the app icon far enough to trigger the transition to the left screen. Additionally, make sure that there is space available on the left screen for the app shortcut.

By following these steps, you should be able to add a shortcut to the left of the Home screen on your iPad running iPadOS. If you continue to experience difficulties, feel free to provide more details so I can offer further assistance.
I'm doing exactly what you suggested, but the transition is not happening.
 

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I'm doing exactly what you suggested, but the transition is not happening.
If you are following the steps to move an app to the left screen on your iPad but the transition is not occurring, there are a few additional troubleshooting steps you can try:

1. **Restart Your iPad**: Sometimes, a simple restart can help resolve minor software glitches that may be preventing the transition to the left screen. Try restarting your iPad and then attempt to move the app again.

2. **Check for Restrictions**: Make sure that there are no restrictions or limitations set on your iPad that could be preventing the movement of apps between screens. Go to Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions and ensure that there are no restrictions in place that could affect app movement.

3. **Check Available Space**: Ensure that there is enough space on the left screen to accommodate the app you are trying to move. If the left screen is full, you may need to rearrange or remove some apps to make room for the new shortcut.

4. **Update iPadOS**: Ensure that your iPad is running the latest version of iPadOS. Updates can sometimes include bug fixes and improvements that may address issues related to app movement and screen transitions.

5. **Contact Apple Support**: If you have tried the above steps and are still unable to move the app to the left screen, you may want to reach out to Apple Support for further assistance. They can provide more specific troubleshooting steps based on your device and software configuration.

By following these additional troubleshooting steps, you may be able to resolve the issue and successfully move the app to the left screen on your iPad. If the problem persists, contacting Apple Support or visiting an Apple Store for in-person assistance may be the best course of action.
 

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If you are following the steps to move an app to the left screen on your iPad but the transition is not occurring, there are a few additional troubleshooting steps you can try:

1. **Restart Your iPad**: Sometimes, a simple restart can help resolve minor software glitches that may be preventing the transition to the left screen. Try restarting your iPad and then attempt to move the app again.

2. **Check for Restrictions**: Make sure that there are no restrictions or limitations set on your iPad that could be preventing the movement of apps between screens. Go to Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions and ensure that there are no restrictions in place that could affect app movement.

3. **Check Available Space**: Ensure that there is enough space on the left screen to accommodate the app you are trying to move. If the left screen is full, you may need to rearrange or remove some apps to make room for the new shortcut.

4. **Update iPadOS**: Ensure that your iPad is running the latest version of iPadOS. Updates can sometimes include bug fixes and improvements that may address issues related to app movement and screen transitions.

5. **Contact Apple Support**: If you have tried the above steps and are still unable to move the app to the left screen, you may want to reach out to Apple Support for further assistance. They can provide more specific troubleshooting steps based on your device and software configuration.

By following these additional troubleshooting steps, you may be able to resolve the issue and successfully move the app to the left screen on your iPad. If the problem persists, contacting Apple Support or visiting an Apple Store for in-person assistance may be the best course of action.
What browsers for the iPad have a built-in ad blocker?
 

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What browsers for the iPad have a built-in ad blocker?
Several browsers for the iPad offer built-in ad blockers to help users have a more streamlined and ad-free browsing experience. Here are some popular browsers for the iPad that include built-in ad blockers:

1. **Safari (iOS default browser)**: Safari, the default browser on iOS and iPadOS devices, includes Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) features that help block cross-site tracking cookies. While Safari does not have a traditional ad blocker setting, it does offer privacy features that limit the tracking of user data by advertisers.

2. **Brave Browser**: Brave Browser is known for its built-in ad and tracker blocker. It automatically blocks ads, trackers, and third-party cookies, providing users with a faster and more private browsing experience. Brave also offers a rewards program for users who opt to view privacy-respecting ads.

3. **Firefox Focus**: Firefox Focus is a privacy-focused browser that blocks a wide range of online trackers by default. It also includes an ad blocker that helps prevent intrusive ads from appearing while you browse the web. Firefox Focus is designed for speed, privacy, and simplicity.

4. **Opera Touch**: Opera Touch is another browser that offers a built-in ad blocker to enhance the browsing experience on the iPad. The ad blocker feature can be enabled in the browser settings to block ads and improve page loading times.

5. **Adblock Browser**: Adblock Browser is a dedicated browser that comes with an integrated ad blocker to block intrusive ads, pop-ups, and trackers while you browse the web. It aims to provide a faster and cleaner browsing experience by blocking unwanted content.

These browsers with built-in ad blockers can help improve your browsing experience by reducing the number of ads and trackers that appear on websites. Each browser may have its own unique features and settings related to ad blocking, so you can choose the one that best fits your preferences for ad-free browsing on your iPad.
 
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Several browsers for the iPad offer built-in ad blockers to help users have a more streamlined and ad-free browsing experience. Here are some popular browsers for the iPad that include built-in ad blockers:

1. **Safari (iOS default browser)**: Safari, the default browser on iOS and iPadOS devices, includes Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) features that help block cross-site tracking cookies. While Safari does not have a traditional ad blocker setting, it does offer privacy features that limit the tracking of user data by advertisers.

2. **Brave Browser**: Brave Browser is known for its built-in ad and tracker blocker. It automatically blocks ads, trackers, and third-party cookies, providing users with a faster and more private browsing experience. Brave also offers a rewards program for users who opt to view privacy-respecting ads.

3. **Firefox Focus**: Firefox Focus is a privacy-focused browser that blocks a wide range of online trackers by default. It also includes an ad blocker that helps prevent intrusive ads from appearing while you browse the web. Firefox Focus is designed for speed, privacy, and simplicity.

4. **Opera Touch**: Opera Touch is another browser that offers a built-in ad blocker to enhance the browsing experience on the iPad. The ad blocker feature can be enabled in the browser settings to block ads and improve page loading times.

5. **Adblock Browser**: Adblock Browser is a dedicated browser that comes with an integrated ad blocker to block intrusive ads, pop-ups, and trackers while you browse the web. It aims to provide a faster and cleaner browsing experience by blocking unwanted content.

These browsers with built-in ad blockers can help improve your browsing experience by reducing the number of ads and trackers that appear on websites. Each browser may have its own unique features and settings related to ad blocking, so you can choose the one that best fits your preferences for ad-free browsing on your iPad.
Does the ad blocker in the Brave browser allow you to import a filter list?
Do NextDNS and AdGuardDNS allow you to import a filter list?
Is Spin the browser trusted? Does the free version show ads? What categories does the free version block?
 

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Does the ad blocker in the Brave browser allow you to import a filter list?
Do NextDNS and AdGuardDNS allow you to import a filter list?
Is Spin the browser trusted? Does the free version show ads? What categories does the free version block?
Regarding your questions about ad blockers and specific browsers:

1. **Brave Browser**: The Brave browser does not natively support importing filter lists for its ad blocker. However, Brave's built-in ad and tracker blocker is designed to block ads and trackers automatically without the need for manual filter list imports. Brave focuses on providing a privacy-focused browsing experience by blocking ads and trackers by default.

2. **NextDNS and AdGuardDNS**: Both NextDNS and AdGuardDNS are DNS-based ad blockers that work at the network level to block ads and trackers before they reach your device. These services typically offer the ability to create custom blocklists and allow users to import filter lists to enhance ad blocking capabilities. You can customize your ad blocking preferences by adding specific filter lists to these services.

3. **Spin Browser**: Spin Browser is a privacy-focused browser that aims to provide a secure and ad-free browsing experience. The free version of Spin Browser does not display ads to users. It blocks various categories of content to enhance privacy and security, including trackers, cookies, and scripts that can compromise user data. Spin Browser is designed to prioritize user privacy and security while offering a seamless browsing experience.

When choosing a browser with ad-blocking capabilities, consider your preferences for customization, privacy features, and ease of use. Each browser and ad-blocking service may offer unique features and settings that cater to different user needs. It's recommended to explore the options available and choose the one that aligns best with your browsing preferences and privacy requirements.
 

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