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Why AdBlocker Ultimate?
Why AdBlocker Ultimate?

Why choose AdBlocker Ultimate among other adblockers

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What is AdBlocker Ultimate?

AdBlocker Ultimate started as a free extension that blocks ads, disables tracking and blocks domains known to spread malware. It is available for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Opera. Today it is available across all apps you use on your PC. Our ad-blocking technology is now even available on your mobile device.

How does AdBlocker Ultimate work?

We have included a few extensive filters that offer decent protection against all kind of ads, YouTube commercials, pop-ups, pop-under and more. Unlike other adblockers we do not whitelist websites, advertisers or ad networks to show you unwanted ads. Blocking ads will speed up your website load speed, decrease CPU and memory usage.

AdBlocker Ultimate allows you to switch back on ads for particular websites in case you know there are no intrusive and misleading advertising there.

Do we have "acceptable ads" policy or whitelisted advertisers?

No. We won't show you any ads unless you specifically whitelist a website or disable our adblocker.

It has become a common practice for adblockers to be paid a serious amount of money by big advertising networks to ignore their ads. We stand firmly against that, we block all ads.

Does AdBlocker Ultimate collect any user data?

The only data we collect is used for the optimal functionality of our product. We take the privacy of your personal data very seriously and we make sure that we protect it the best way possible. For further details please see our Privacy Policy.

How can I contribute to development?

We really appreciate any help in the development of AdBlocker Ultimate. If you want to add a feature, fix a bug or something else, please visit our github page.

How can I help translating AdBlocker Ultimate to my language?

Everyone can help translating AdBlocker Ultimate to their native language. Please follow this link.

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