Ad Blocker : Web Advertising is Dead

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers THE TIME IS NOW … time to take back the internet. Madison Ave. and a million greedy jerks have had their way long enough. If they’re not rich by now, too bad! They got more obnoxious and rude every day. Then they got crooked and underhanded, and downright criminal. They’ve flashed us, tracked us, bored us and generally interrupted their way into our way of life. Now you can banish them from your online experience. You need the ad blocker called “Clearly.” This new content-blocker blocks advertisements, tracking scripts, malware and spyware at the source. Clearly actually prevents unwanted content from even downloading. This saves battery and significantly speeds up browsing.

blocking nasty ads, stalkers and malware Clearly is also free. Which could mean big changes for the advertising industry. iOS 9 has been the fastest uptake of any iOS release, and it’s certainly due to the new content blocking mechanisms, which Clearly uses. It updates itself in the background to give you the latest in ad and tracking blocking, ensuring you’re always protected and experience the best browsing.

Why not just use AdBlock, AdBlock Plus, or uBlock?

Other ad blockers actually load the ads — then hide them. This means you end up downloading megabytes of junk you don’t want (and your privacy is compromised with tracking scripts). Worse, the way they filter actually increases the use of resources such as CPU and RAM, slowing down your entire computer.

Clearly improves performance and speeds up page load times up to 4x, and can save hours of battery life and can cut data bills in half.

Device Requirements: iPhone and iPod touch, iPad ~ Requires iOS 9.0 or later ~ 2.7 MB

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San Francisco, California – Located in San Francisco, California, Alaric Cole is an independent developer who has been creating iPhone apps since 2008. In that time he’s had a top 10 app in nearly every category in the App Store, reaching the top 10 paid apps overall. Copyright (C) 2015 Alaric Cole. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers EDITOR’S NOTE : I may have been a little harsh in the beginning of this article. There are web advertisers that are okay. They have taste, and they don’t intrude. They don’t stalk, and they’re not predators. They don’t put data on your computer, and they don’t use cookies. Look over to the right and you’ll see the MacApp “600 Fonts” button. That’s an ad. But it’s the right kind of ad. They are supporting UGNN, not making your surfing miserable. The “No Ads” icon was developed for our site as a “spam free zone” in 1997. Thanks for reading!

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