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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.

How our Ad Blocker for iOS Keeps You Safe from Malware—And What You Need to Know About It

An ad blocker does more than simply block annoying, disruptive ads. It can also keep you safe from malware. Even the most popular sites can fall victim to an attack, infecting thousands of users at once. Using an ad blocker … Continue reading

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SEVEN AdClear – The Best Ad Blocker for iOS

When the App Store featured content blockers for the first time, publishers threw a fit, disregarding what end-users were looking for. Within a day, three of the top five paid apps were ad blockers. ‘Ad blockers for iPhone’ quickly became … Continue reading

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Apple Users Rejoice! The Amazing Seven AdClear for iOS is Here!

Apple Users Rejoice! The Amazing Seven AdClear for iOS is Here! Viola! With the popularity of AdClear for Android escalating, we’ve decided to come back with the same product for iPhone users. Ever since its release, our Android customers have … Continue reading

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Blocking Ads in Streaming Apps – A Pipe Dream?

Since it’s release ten months ago, AdClear’s Advanced Protection feature has transformed ad blocking on Android. By using a certificate, AdClear is able to block encrypted ads. With most top sites migrating to HTTPS, most of our competitors have had … Continue reading

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Why Google Stays Silent

Besides their AMP initiative, Google has stayed silent during the “ad blocker wars.” Perhaps it’s because there isn’t much to worry about. Only 2.2% of Americans use ad bloc… Source: Why Google Stays Silent

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Why Google Stays Silent

Besides their AMP initiative, Google has stayed silent during the “ad blocker wars.” Perhaps it’s because there isn’t much to worry about. Only 2.2% of Americans use ad blockers, and Americans are now spending more time in apps than watching … Continue reading

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The Acceptable Ads Platform: A Dissection

AdBlock Plus made headlines today on the reveal of its new Acceptable Ads platform, wherein sites display ads that meet certain criteria for ad blocker users. As the leading voice of ad blockers, Eyeo making this move at this particular … Continue reading

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