Block Invasive and Annoying Ads from Applications, Websites, Social Media and You Tube and Protect Your Online Privacy Using This Application

While it is true that ads have the role of supporting the free content model on the web, more than half of them are badly designed, intrusive and disruptive. Ad Guardian Plus is a tool designed to help you take back control of your online browsing by preventing tracking, protecting your privacy and deterring annoying ads.

Blocks ads based on your preferences

Following a swift installation, you will be happy to learn that the app checks and updates its own ad database. The program comes with a clean, modern and user-friendly interface that is unlikely to give you any troubles. In fact, once you go through the settings and specify your preferences, you do not really need to interact with the app unless you want to change something or check out the activity summary.

The idea behind the tool is to enable you to prevent irritating ads that usually pop up when browsing, in social media or even YouTube. You can configure which browsers and websites should be tracked and the app does ad URL block, CSS code scanning and HTML code filtering automatically. The app puts a small icon in the lower right corner where you can find out whether an element is blocked.

Protects your privacy by blocking trackers

The program does more than block ads and, according to the developer, it can help protect your privacy by preventing tracking from general advertisers, social media and online search providers. Simply put, you no longer need to experience seeing the same ad on all the pages and ad-supported applications you are using.

Lastly, it is worth mentioning that the app provides a certain level of protection against malicious websites and can safeguard your data against theft and phishing attacks.

A handy tool that can prevent tracking and ads

In the eventuality that you grew tired of slow webpage loading, the same popups following you everywhere and want to protect your privacy, then perhaps you can consider giving Ad Guardian Plus a try.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Ad Guardian Plus and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂