How many ads do you see on the internet every day? Although actual numbers vary widely, the general consensus seems to be that it’s in the thousands on average. This means that some people get exposed to 10,000+ ads every single day, including you. And a large amount of those ads are just disturbing, and occasionally even packed with malware. Keep on reading to find out how you can get rid of those pesky advertisements that seem to know your exact browser history, searches, and likes.
Ever since the web started to become polluted with poorly placed and obstructive ads, some ad blockers rose to popularity. The leader in this space, Adblock Plus, recently released a mobile browser with its integrated ad block software. Sure, most people still use Safari as their default browser on their Apple devices, but why not improve your mobile browsing experience with the Adblock Browser (free).
How does blocking ads improve your browsing experience with the Adblock Browser?
Firstly, you will experience significantly faster page loading and therefore lower data consumption (which is always great). But if you want to, you can whitelist your favorite websites from ad blocking. Adblock Plus has found that users can expect to save up to 50% on their data plan, just by greatly reducing the number of advertisements that would usually load and take up your data!
Secondly, this means that you will also save precious battery life. Less data consumption equals more battery life, up to 23% more to be precise. This means less time charging and more time browsing!
If you need even more reasons to convince you, the Adblock Browser allows you to block nasty malware and trackers. Oftentimes people have no idea that they’re being tracked throughout their browsing, or at least not to the extent that it is happening. Enhanced privacy gets a big thumbs up from us.
Watch the video below to see how Adblock Browser can be part of your day.