Ad Blockers for iOS—Beyond Blocking Ads

Using an ad blocker gives you more value than simply blocking intrusive, annoying, and sometimes auto-playing ads; they give you a better user experience.

With customers becoming more wise to the practices of ad publishers, ad blocker usage is skyrocketing, with mobile phones becoming the new frontier.

There have been many accusations levied toward ad blockers. For one, they “decrease the revenues of a business” and “do more harm than good.” Surprisingly, the naysayers have nothing to say about providing the consumers what they need. The truth is, ad blockers achieve more than simply blocking ads. They also:

1. Maintain Your Privacy

Online advertisements use trackers to monitor your data and your online behavior. And they do it without asking for it. Every click stores information about what you are browsing and generates a profile that advertisers would use to sell you targeted products and services. This method is intrusive and does not take into account the user’s wishes to stay anonymous. An ad blocker for iOS will be able to block these requests and would be able to provide users a browsing experience where they do not have to worry at every click that their personal data would be abused without their permission.

2. Secure Your Online Experience

Some advertisements are prone to hacking and contain malicious software that can damage your files, or encrypt them so that you can’t use anything unless you pay the hacker. So using ad blockers to get rid of ads does more than that—it protects you from ransomware!

Ads are not the only disguise taken by malicious software. They can be hidden among fake download buttons on a page, confusing users. Hence, a wrong click could potentially damage your files.

Using an ad blocker would give you more security than you thought was possible online. With a smooth user experience, you will also enjoy the removal of the threats that are common online.

3. With SEVEN AdClear for iOS, Block Ads in Your Native Language, Too!

Speaking of ad blockers, SEVEN AdClear for iOS is able to block ads in thirteen different languages! This means that the ads in your native tongue are held to the same scrutiny, would be blocked, and you can enjoy a safe, smooth user experience.

These are the languages in which our ad blocker is able to block ads.

 

  • Arabic
  • Bulgarian
  • Danish
  • French
  • German
  • Indian
  • Indonesian
  • Italian
  • Polish
  • Russian
  • Spanish/Portuguese
  • Swedish
  • Turkish

 

 

The best part about this ad blocker for iPhone is it is completely free! We aim to provide peace of mind when you browse online, helping you receive the best user experience.

If you’d like to try it out, here’s the App Store link. If you have any questions about the product, don’t hesitate to give me a message!

Christian Sandlin
csandlin@seven.com

 

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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