How To Block Ads On Android in 2020

How To Block Ads On Android OS

Android devices and Android apps are often immense with ads: from videos, in-app purchases, rewards, banners, pop-ups, full-page ads, etc. There’s even a particular type of ads in applications that start displaying after several days of active use, thus making it difficult to determine its source.

In addition to this, there are also browser ads, website ads, pop-up ads, frequent AirPush ads, and so on that could be triggered by conventional apps or unwanted software. To block ads on your Android you’d have to identify what exactly causes you such ads.

Option 1: Block ads in Chrome

If you use Chrome as a default web browser on your Android devices, it’s possible to disable ads, interstitial ads, ads with sound, pop-ups, and others in its settings. Follow the next steps:

  1. Open Chrome.
  2. Tap More, then Settings.
  3. Go to the Site Settings.
  4. Make sure that ads and pop-ups are blocked.


Option 2: Use Lite mode in Chrome 

Google Chrome browser provides Lite mode for Android phones. It is designed to decrease data use and faster webpage loading. To use it, follow the next steps:

  1. Open Chrome and go to settings.
  2. Scroll down, find Lite mode,and switch it.


Option 3: Website settings

If one allows website notifications, they are often displayed over the locked screen of Android devices. In fact, many sites earn money from push notifications. But there’s a way to avoid it:

  1. In a browser (Chrome in our case), enter the Menu, press Settings.
  2. Scroll down to Site Settings and tap on it.
  3. Tap on Notifications and move the toggle to disable ads.


Know How to Block Ads on Android SmartPhones/ Devices in 2020

Option 4: using ad blockers you can block ads

There is a great variety of ad blockers for Android available in the Play Store, capable of blocking ads in games, apps, and even websites. They allow users to block ads without root permissions, however, it may not be 100% effective.

Most ad blockers for Android intercept DNS traffic only, so they won’t be able to block  100% of unwanted ads.

Additionally, there are ways to manage advertisement appearance on a smartphone to make it less intrusive.

1. Minimize ads in Google account settings. As a lot of new Android devices synchronize with Chrome desktop browser and Google account, it makes sense to turn off Ads personalization first. This method will not prevent seeing all unwanted content but at least one can opt-out of personalized Google ads that track browsing activity. To do this:

2. Disable ads personalization in Android device settings. After the previous steps are taken, one can also turn off targeted ads on the phone. This will work even if the device isn’t synchronized with Google account on desktop.Though some content will still continue to appear, it won’t be bound to a search history. To disable ads directly on the device, do the following:

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