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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by kat.hayes, May 24, 2017.
Can content blockers and other extensions be added to Chrome and Firefox?
Not really the same ones that are there for Safari or ones that are separately added for other browsers. There are some essentially system-wide content blockers, like Adguard Pro, which can block ads in apps, including third party browsers.
Are extensions available at all for Chrome and Firefox in iOS?
As mentioned using Adguard Pro would block ads in Firefox and Chrome. I personally use Adblock by Futuremind and had no issues with blocking in Firefox or Chrome.
Opera Mini has a built in blocker, but I found it didn't block everything. Still worked quite well though.
I use uBlock Origin in Firefox... I don't mind ads in Chrome.. because i hardly ever use it
That's in iOS?
OP is asking regarding iOS. However, uBlock Origin is a very nice ad blocker, I use it too
I have been using Adguard Pro for a while now and am satisfied with the results.
Ad Guards pro does it work only on safari or on other browsers too?
The Pro version works with all browsers and apps. It sets up sort of a fake VPN all traffic gets routed through so it can be filtered.
doesn't it slow down the browsing speed?
I don't use the Pro version, so can't say. I only use the Safari content blocker version and I don't notice any slowdown with that at all.