• Microsoft is testing AdBlock Plus on the Edge mobile browser

    4 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Microsoft is apparently serious about creating a great experience for users of its Edge browser on Android and iOS. According to The Verge, the tech giant has added Adblock Plus directly into the beta version of its Microsoft Edge for Android browser...
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  • Microsoft Edge for Android now has an ad-blocker built in

    Microsoft Edge for Android now has an ad-blocker built in

    4 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Microsoft Edge for Android now has Adblock Plus built in, stopping intrusive advertisements and trackers from spoiling your browsing. Ad blocking is now available to beta users, and will be rolled out globally very soon. Once you have the update, you can activate the ad blocker in Edge's settings. The Edge beta program is currently full, but once spaces reopen you'll be able to opt in via the Google Play Store .
    Playing catch-up
    Edge isn't the first mobile browser to feature ad-blocking. Firefox for Android blocks ads in private browsing mode, and the privacy-first Firefox Focus stops them...
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  • Microsoft adds native adblocking to Edge for Android

    Microsoft adds native adblocking to Edge for Android

    4 monthes ago - By The Next Web

    Following the lead of both Opera and Google, Microsoft has announced it's bringing native adblocking to its Edge for Android web browser. Microsoft has already began rolling out the feature to those running the beta version of Edge for Android. Those using the stable version of the browser will receive the feature in a future update. Redmond has chosen to use Eyeo's AdBlock Plus software, which is easily the most popular adblocking software available on the market. As is the case with other in-browser adblocking solutions, this doesn't require a separate download, and can be managed from...
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  • Microsoft Edge for Android now comes with a built-in ad blocker

    Microsoft Edge for Android now comes with a built-in ad blocker

    4 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Microsoft is building Adblock Plus directly into its Edge browser for Android. The software giant has started making the integration available to Microsoft Edge for Android beta users over the weekend, with plans to roll it out more broadly to all Edge for Android users soon. The adblocker is available in the Microsoft Edge settings, and doesn't require a separate add-in to download and install.
    Microsoft's step is significant, as the company has partnered with Adblock Plus to build this functionality straight into the browser. Google previously unveiled its own ad blocking in Chrome for...
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