Chrome, Firefox, Edge. These three browsers are used by over 85% of all people online. What do they all have in common? Ads. Lots and lots and lots of ads. Ads that flash bright colors to distract you to the edge of your screen, ads that pop in and out of being, making the blog you’re trying to read jump up and down and off the page. Ads that pop up over top of what you’re trying to see, and ads that randomly play videos with audio on tabs you’re not even using. And that’s not even the worst of it. Some ads are malicious, installing adware, spyware, or even outright malware on your system without your knowledge, meaning ads aren’t just inconvenient… they can be dangerous, too!

If you use one of these top-rated browsers—and chances are if you’re reading this, you do— Ad Remover is the solution you’ve been waiting for! Ad Remover is the ad blocker for all browsers, and the one that gives you total control over whether or not to see ads.

How Do I Block Ads?

With Ad Remover, blocking ads has never been simpler. In fact, you can start blocking ads today by starting a no-obligation free trial with just a couple of clicks! We won’t even ask for credit card information or any other personal info; if you decide Ad Remover isn’t for you, removing it is hassle-free and just as easy, also taking just three clicks… but we’re sure you’ll love it as soon as you try it!

After all, here’s what Ad Remover does for you:

● Ad Remover can block all ads, including:

- Commercials and pop-up ads on popular video sites.

- Banner and side-bar ads that flash distractingly at you.

- Embedded text ads that confuse you and blend into the content you're reading.

- Pop-up ads that follow you around your favorite websites, covering up content.

- Video ads that make you search through your browser windows and tabs to find the one that's playing loudly in your ears.

● Ad Remover blocks tracking cookies:

- Browse privately and safely.

- Don't let advertisers know where you've been and what you're interested in.

● Ad Remover gives you total control:

- Whitelist sites with a single click and automatic refresh.

- No ads are allowed through if you haven't whitelisted them.

● Ad Remover shows you what it’s doing:

- Easy-to-understand depiction of how many ads and trackers have been blocked.

- Simple, intuitive controls that anyone can use.

● Ad Remover prevents ads from installing malicious software such as:

- Adware - software that serves you ads or downloads software whenever you're online.

- Spyware - software that tries to gain access to your personal information, like user names and passwords, including identity theft.

- Malware - viruses, trojans, worms… software that harms your computer or your data directly.

● Once you’re a paid subscriber, Ad Remover offers you a 30-day free trial of LifeLock Identity Theft Protection, guaranteed by Norton.

How to Stop Ads on Google Chrome

Alright, let’s start with the big one. Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world, with about two of every three people online using it to access the web. If you’re one of them, and you’re looking for the best ad blocker for Google Chrome, look no further than Ad Remover.

On Chrome, installing Ad Remover is a cinch! Here’s how:

  1. Navigate to https://www.adremover.org/.

    a. You can do that by clicking the link above, or b. You can click on the navigation bar at the top of your browser window and type it in, or c. You can Google “Ad Remover.” It should be the very first result!

  2. Click the giant green button that says “+ ADD TO CHROME”: ad blocking installation

  3. Click the blue button on the top-right that says “Add to Chrome”: ad blocking installation

And that’s it! In as little as three clicks, you can start enjoying a blissfully ad-free internet browsing experience.

Then, any time in the next seven days, you can simply click the blue shield at the top-right of Chrome, then click “UPGRADE NOW” in the app: ad blocking installation

How Do I Turn Off Ads in Firefox?

Mozilla Firefox is an open-source, not-for-profit web browser that boasts top-notch security and usability. It controls about 11% of the browser market as the second-most-popular web browser available. If you’re one of Firefox’s 1 in 10 web users, and you want to go a step further in finding the best ad blocker for Firefox, here’s how to install Ad Remover in just four easy clicks.

On Chrome, installing Ad Remover is a cinch! Here’s how:

  1. Navigate to https://www.adremover.org/.

    a. You can do that by clicking the link above, or b. You can click on the navigation bar at the top of your browser window and type it in, or c. You can Google “Ad Remover.” It should be the very first result!

  2. Click the giant green button that says “CLICK TO BLOCK ADS”: ad blocking installation

  3. You may need to click the blue button that says “Allow”: ad blocking installation

  4. Click the blue button that says “Add”: ad blocking installation

It’s as easy as that! Now you’re ready to enjoy a peaceful, ad-free internet with Firefox.

Any time in the next seven days, you can upgrade to the full version by clicking the blue shield at the top-right of Firefox, and then clicking “UPGRADE NOW” in the app:

ad blocking installation

How to Block Ads in Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge was released several years ago as a replacement to the venerable Internet Explorer. With less than a 5% market share, it still represents the majority of users not on the previous three browsers. Ad Remover is the best ad blocker for Microsoft Edge, and it’s a breeze to install. Here’s how:

  1. Navigate to https://www.adremover.org/.

    a. You can do that by clicking the link above, or b. You can click on the navigation bar at the top of your browser window and type it in, or c. You can search for “Ad Remover.” It should be the very first result!

  2. Click the giant green button that says “+ CLICK TO BLOCK ADS”: ad blocking installation

  3. A new tab will open that tells you it is opening the official Microsoft Store.

    a. Please wait patiently. Within 10-20 seconds, the Microsoft Store should open, with Ad Remover pulled up. b. Click the blue “Get” button on the upper-right of the Microsoft Store page:

ad blocking installation

That’s how, in as little as three clicks, you can start enjoying a blissfully ad-free internet browsing experience. Alternatively, you can search directly in the Microsoft Store for “Ad Remover” for a slightly more streamlined experience.

Then, any time in the next seven days, you can simply click the blue shield at the top-right of Chrome, then click “UPGRADE NOW” in the app:

ad blocking installation

What’s the Best Ad Blocker for Apple Devices?

For Apple or Macintosh laptops and desktops running Chrome or Firefox, Ad Remover works just like it does for the Windows versions. Just visit our site and it will guide you through the rest of the process in a few easy clicks!

If you’re on an Apple mobile device, we’re hard at work on an Ad Remover app, and will have it ready as soon as mid-January 2019!

Ad Remover Reviews

We firmly believe that Ad Remover is the best ad blocker for any of the big four web browsers. We offer comprehensive blocking of all types of ads as well as the tracking cookies, adware, spyware, and malware that come with unwanted ads. We’ve designed it to be user-friendly, intuitive, and easy to use and understand.

But you don’t have to take our word for it… Here are what some of our happy customers have said about Ad Remover, pulled not from our own site, but from the Better Business Bureau!

● Daniel M ★★★★★ 12/18/2018

Forget about focusing only on the lack of interruptions by unwanted ads! The best part of this product is the protection this product provides against malicious infections. My computer has never run so smoothly and quickly without any problems or presence of unwanted viruses and other malicious infections of any kind. Great service and product!!!

● Nbreeden ★★★★★ 12/17/2018

Everyone should invest in this product, it is a pleasure to spend time on my pc and not be inundated with advertising from all sides. If you click on a website, they should not be able to track you and send you unwanted ads!

● HARRY F ★★★★★ 12/16/2018

Works a lot better than what I expected. The amount of ads that appear from the Google and the rest of internet search engines now is way beyond reasonable. Worth the minimal cost just to speed up Firefox itself. WOW!!

● Mike K ★★★★★ 12/12/2018

I am a senior (older dude) and don’t like the extra “crap” on the web when I am looking for something specific. The ad remover program removes “almost” all of the stuff for me so I can get to my web sites with much less hassle! Highly recommend it.

There are hundreds more where these came from, with very nearly a perfect 5-star rating on the BBB. With thousands of pleased customers, you can’t go wrong with Ad Remover!

Ad Remover FAQs

You said over 90% of browsers… What about the rest?

The four browsers listed cover about 90% of the total market share. The only major browser we don’t support is Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. IE is a very old browser that is bloated, slow, and outdated. It’s primarily only used because it is the default on older versions of Windows. Starting with Windows 10, Microsoft Edge is the new default, replacing Internet Explorer.

We saw little need to do the extra work required to support a browser that has already been replaced by the company that created it. In fact, we recommend switching to one of the four browsers listed, and then installing Ad Remover on one of those.

Can Ad Remover actually remove spyware, malware, or adware? No. However, ads are one of the most common methods used by the creators of malware, spyware, and adware to install it. By blocking the ads that would install the unwanted software, Ad Remover can prevent the majority of instances of malicious software for a typical user.

Think of it like this: if adware, malware, and spyware are like viruses that can cause colds, the flu, or pneumonia, then Ad Remover is like washing your hands and disinfecting key surfaces in your home, so you’re never exposed to the diseases in the first place.

If one sneaks through, say, via an email attachment you open without thinking, or a download you voluntarily click on while browsing the internet, then you need your immune system to kick in. For that, we heartily recommend our strategic partner, Norton, who offers a complete antivirus and internet security suite that can eradicate any adware, spyware, or malware your system may have been exposed to.

Combine Norton and Ad Remover, and your system will become virtually impregnable!

What do you mean by “total control” over ads? Don’t all ad blockers do that?

Actually, no. Most ad blockers, especially free ones, allow what they call “innocuous ads” through. They have a variety of reasons for doing so. For example, they argue that the internet is largely paid for by advertising revenue; if all ads are blocked, and a significant percentage of users block them, then web sites will have to start charging membership fees or shut down.

A more cynical approach might wonder if certain advertisers are paying free ad blockers for their ads to be let through… after all, they have to make money somehow, don’t they?

In either case, we believe that you should have full control over what ads you have to see, and what ads you don’t. That’s why our subscribers can block any and all ads. We make our money through our reasonable subscription fees.

You may have heard the adage, “If the product or service is free, you are the product.” Well, Ad Remover is not free, so instead, you are in control.

Does Ad Remover work on my mobile device?

Not yet. But we’re working on it! We should have a version of Ad Remover up and running for iPhones and iPads by mid-January 2019! We’ll let you know as soon as it’s available once you sign up.

As for Android devices, unfortunately Chrome for Android does not support browser extensions. Ad Remover is a browser extension, so at the present time, it is unfortunately impossible to develop for mobile versions of Chrome. As soon as this changes in the future, we’ll develop an app for it!