Not if your a Minor under 10 yrs old and your VPN makes them think your account was created in the E.U. I get Zero Ads, and Extra privacy options. They must wonder why a 10 year old isshopping for car insurance but their algorithms aren’t that smart yet.Try YouTube. Stuffed not just with no to low quality content but spiced with ads all over. Plus the usual data mining as with everything google.
OK, I do not know details regarding this so I am curious how you manage this. You are suggesting two things: one, you are using YouTube logged into a Google account in which you have listed your age such that you are a minor, and second, that using a VPN to make it seem like you are using this account to access YouTube from Europe will give extra privacy options.Not if your a Minor under 10 yrs old and your VPN makes them think your account was created in the E.U. I get Zero Ads, and Extra privacy options. They must wonder why a 10 year old isshopping for car insurance but their algorithms aren’t that smart yet.
Yahoo is the king of ads.Try some of the Yahoo apps. Yahoo Sports has prominently featured a banner ad for years, dating back to the pre-Yahoo era when it was Sportacular.
Both Yahoo Sports and Yahoo Finance inline advertisements when you scroll through news items.
The official Twitter app inlines ads in your feed. So does Instagram. Facebook lives off of advertising. I'm guessing most of the consumer-focused Microsoft apps are littered with ads.
Many third party weather apps are plastered with ads including all the major ones: AccuWeather, WeatherBug, The Weather Channel, Weather Underground.
Some of the news apps also include ads: AP News, CNN, CNBC, Huffington Post, Reuters, NY Times, France 24, Bloomberg, Financial Times, Morningstar.
Sports apps often have ads as well: ESPN, Eurosport, LiveScore, theScore.
All of the TV listings apps (like TV Guide) have ads.
Waze will post up an advertisement when I am stopped at many intersections.
Mint hawks a bunch of credit card offers.
I don't even like subs vs one time in general, but WTH is with those ridiculous amounts?? I might pay like $0.99/mo for a well maintained app, but I would never pay those crazy amounts.Mr. Bullet is a great game but suffers from constant ads. They offer a subscription service (of course they do!) what asks for £5.49 a month. That's so greedy.
Even more rubbish too; the devs placed a banner which permanently stays at the top of the screen moaning at you
"you are limiting our ability to maintain the game...." all because I don't want personalised ads and all that stuff.