It's annoying enough that we have the everpresent ad at the top from that comes through Apple itself, but now I'm seeing more and more websites adding ads at the bottom that stay on the screen. Then there's the ad that shows up while you are scrolling as soon as you lift your finger off the screen. With almost every news site in the country now wanting you to download their own special app (no, I don't need/want an app from the Scumwater, PA Journal), you get yet another ad for their app blocking the page. You get a lot of those when you follow a news link from another site. There is only so much screen real estate available on a smartphone, and getting a larger screen only gets you larger ads. They are ruining the whole smartphone experience. We need a popup ad blocker just like our home computer browsers. It was great when I was running Win64 before Adobe Flash had a 64-bit version. No more screaming, bouncing, flashing, strobing, jumping, shaking ads to contend with. I would use 64-bit IE for reading the news and the 32-bit IE for watching youtube or whatever. But alas, those days are gone. Sometimes I wish there was an on-off switch for Flash. If it wasn't for videos I'd delete it in a flash (pun intended). While on the subject of ads, apparently their smart ad-tracking isn't so smart. After you buy something you get flooded with.....MORE ads to buy the same product. "Uh, no thanks. I already bought one. I don't need two of them."