Let's skip the iOS vs Android and privacy debates for this one. A bit of info I can't find through the noise is how people's experience has been specific to ad-blocking when switching from iOS to Android. I dabble with Android devices pretty regularly but the one thing that drives me back every time is the increased advertising when browsing and using the device. On iOS I use Purify with Safari. TBH, it works really, really well. Especially when combined with Reader view. I see very little ads in my day-to-day. For Android, I have used paid version of AdGuard with Chrome but a bunch of stuff still gets through. They also just show blank placeholders where the blocked ads were. I am using the full features, certificate and local VPN set up. It is not, IMO, as clean of an experience. I am not interested in jumping through a bunch of hoops on Android; rooting my device, running 3rd party browsers, or setting up a network Pi hole. I am seeking a like-for-like experience similar to iOS/Safari/Purify. With all the debating about which platform is better, I still don't see this discussed too much. For the switchers out there, what combo are you using? Are you content with it?