For those of you who easily get pissed of Ads, well Samsung is again filling that gap with its support for content and ad blocking plugins to the web browser preinstalled on Samsung Android smartphones. Beginning from today, Samsung’s new feature will let users install helper apps that blocks ads from websites which they visit something which is quiet similar to how content and ad blocking works in Apple‘s Safari in iOS9. Starting from Android Lollipop or newer, the browsers is being updated and pushed to those versions. Since most ads consumes load time and mobile data of users, the new feature would excite many as they now have priorities over what to view and what not to.
As the case may be, Samsung is now so making it easier than before with just installing an application extension and then the deal is done. Brave a new browser have the in-built feature of ad blocking as pertaining to some third party browser makers. Although like this, Google Chrome is still much more popular. As a result, while blocking ads on desktop browsers is a common practice, most people don’t bother blocking them on mobile.
Adblock Fast becomes the first content and ad blocker software available for Samsung’s internet and this same is so available on other services like IOS, Chrome, Opera desktop. Adblock Fast is a free installation and open source software. With a large user base of 200,000 across various platforms, its quiet a popular vogue. With about 51 percent of time decrease in load time on Android devices, The company really have something to boast of. It is available to phones with Samsung Internet 4.0 via the Google Play Store.
Google Chrome browser is very popular especially among Android users. So the big question mark stands firmly behind how Samsung users will be able to utilise the new content blocker feature since they are available at their disposal.
Its very likely that anyone who is aware of the content blockers would actually be the type that still preferred the Google Chrome over the Samsung native browser right on their Android devices.
But if you’ve recently switched from an iPhone to a Samsung device and missed the ability to block ads, you can now get back to an ad-free internet experience.