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Gina

29 Nov, 2015 04:51 AM

I have adblock. It's great because I don't get pop ups anymore. I highly recommend it to anyone. My questions is my adblock is only avaible on facebook, twitter and google. How can I apply adblock on safari and other sites?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Rhana on 29 Nov, 2015 08:01 PM

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    Hi Gina,

    As a browser extension, AdBlock works on any website you visit, but it works only on websites. That is, if you visit Facebook, Twitter, Google, CNN, YouTube, and so on, in your browser (Chrome or Safari), you should not see intrusive advertising. However, if you use the Facebook app, Twitter app, YouTube app, and so on, rather than visiting their websites, you will see all ads.

    It looks as if you are using Chrome on your Mac, and that AdBlock is working in Chrome. If you would like to use Safari, please follow these instructions to install AdBlock in Safari. Let us know if you run into any trouble, or if this isn't what you were looking to do!

    Rhana
    AdBlock Community Manager

  2. 2 Posted by Gina Dixon on 30 Nov, 2015 02:07 PM

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    Hi! I did what you told me to and it worked. This is free right? I purchased the full adblock, abp and ud a year ago.

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Rhana on 30 Nov, 2015 05:03 PM

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    Hi Gina,

    Great, glad we could help! Yes, AdBlock is what we call "honor-ware," meaning that while we encourage happy users to pay what they can afford, we don't require payment.

    Rhana
    AdBlock Community Manager

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