Ads and pop-up windows are one of the most annoying things in the internet world. Ads are really an evil which can make your mood hell. They are irritating. Though ads are acceptable however sometimes become distracting and annoying when you are using an app, game or website.
Obviously, if ads are popping up every time they need some data usage. Right? So, if you are suffering from unessential ads on, it is time to say good-bye to all irritating and annoying ads. Today, we’re going to guide you how to block ads on Android, including pop-ups, with Android ad blockers.
Adblock Plus For Android
Adblock Plus is the most popular ad blocking app for android. It is used by over one million users a day. It is the first mobile ad blocker which works on non-rooted devices, which makes it much more convenient and easy to use than any other ad blocking app on android. By installing Adblock Plus to your android device, all banners and other nasty ads will automatically be blocked from most apps and the websites you visit on your smartphone or tablet. The android adblocker works with most browsers such as Google Chrome on Android.
- Block Ads
- Allow Acceptable Ads
- Disable Malware Domains
- Disable Tracking
- Disable Social Media Buttons
How to block ads on Android (with or without root)
Step#1 Download Adblock Plus for Android.
Step#2 Open the downloaded file, Go to Open File Manger and click the file to Install (first you need to enable Unknown Sources in your Security Settings)
If you have rooted device, it will ask root permission from the SuperUser. Once the permission is granted, you are done.
If you have non-rooted devices you need to manually set up the proxy on your device.
- Open wireless setting
- Touch and hold the connected network until the context menu appears
- Select Modify network
- Check Show advanced options
- Look for Proxy settings below and set it to Manual
- Set Proxy to localhost and Port to 2020
Once everything is configured properly, Adblock Plus will start blocking ads on your phone. You can also set more options in ads filter lists.
Do you use an ad blocker or pop-up blocker on your Android? What combination do you use? Let us know in the comment below.