Block YouTube ads with AdClear

As an ad blocker, YouTube is the heavyweight champion of advertising. Since video ads are the most effective, Google puts significant time and resources into ensuring that end users see these ads. These video ads are encrypted and shown on any video, regardless of length. So the effectiveness of these ads relies very little on user enjoyment.

AdClear prides itself on blocking YouTube ads. Our Advanced Protection was the first of its kind for non-rooted Android users. As other apps adopt our model, YouTube becomes more aware of ads being blocked. In the past few months, the certificate has seemed to work under fewer conditions. With the multitude of apps and browsers with which to visit YouTube, there are a similar amount of methods with which to deliver video ads. Users of YouTube apps, especially, have found our certificate to be inconsistent. No longer.

Our programming team has recently found a breakthrough way to block ads on YouTube across all platforms. Users will notice consistent performance from AdClear. The average amount of time spent on YouTube for mobile users is around forty minutes. Our goal is to ensure that you see zero video ads each session. YouTube is sure to fight back, but we are committed to improving upon this feature in the coming weeks. We’re excited to offer our users an ad-free experience.

AdClear is available to download for free from our website. We also recently released AdClear Lite for Safari and Samsung Browser. Stay tuned for more updates!

For inquiries, contact:
Christian Sandlin

About SEVEN Networks

SEVEN Networks software solutions deliver device-centric mobile traffic management and analytics for wireless carriers. Extending control from the network to the mobile client gives operators the power to manage and optimize data traffic before it impacts the network. Device-based analytics offer deeper and timelier insight than solutions that are solely network based. SEVEN’s Open Channel products reduce operator costs, increase efficiency in the use of wireless infrastructure, and enhance end-user experience. They bring immediate capacity relief to overloaded networks, simplify the creation of innovative new service plans, and provide actionable intelligence for mobile carriers.
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