AdBlock for Safari

AdBlock for Safari for PC and Mac

Written by BETAFISH INC


  • Category: Productivity
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.28.2
  • File size: 10.64 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.12.6
  • How it works | What is AdBlock for Safari?


Whatʹs Great

1. You can tell AdBlock to stop working on certain websites, allow ads on sites you want to support, and get easy access to a comprehensive library of customer support information to help you get the most out of your AdBlock app.

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AdBlock for Safari Features and Description


Key Features

Latest Version: 1.28.2

  • Licence: Free


  • What does AdBlock for Safari do? AdBlock has been downloaded more than 350 million times and is used by more than 65 million people worldwide. Now, AdBlock has created a powerful ad blocker that’s available as a Windows app. AdBlock for Safari is a powerful and simple-to-use ad blocker. It stops annoying pop-ups, removes autoplay video ads and blocks obnoxious audio ads. It also gives you control over which ads you see and what websites you support. You can tell AdBlock to stop working on certain websites, allow ads on sites you want to support, and get easy access to a comprehensive library of customer support information to help you get the most out of your AdBlock app. AdBlock helps websites load faster in Safari and protects you from malware lurking inside ads on malicious websites. It’s easy to install and free to use. Give it a try! KEY FEATURES Block ads on the websites you visit, including Facebook, YouTube and millions of others Speed up your browsing by filtering out unwanted content with Microsoft’s powerful Content Blocking API Protect yourself from annoying and intrusive ads that distract you from the stories you are trying to read CONTROL OVER HOW AND WHERE YOU SEE ADS One-click Pause allows you to stop AdBlock if a website prompts you to turn of your ad blocker Allow non-intrusive ads like Google search ads that aren’t annoying and help you find the items you’re looking for Allow ads on websites where you want to support the creator by viewing their ads 24 HOUR SUPPORT Get access to a library of hundreds of knowledge base articles that help you understand how ad blocking works, how to get the most out of AdBlock, and provides answers to commonly asked questions Email AdBlock’s help desk to get quick answers to problems you are facing We value your feedback and look forward to making the AdBlock Windows app the best ad blocker in Microsoft’s app store. Please comment in the App Store or visit us at help.getadblock.com for assistance.

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    Software Installation Requirements


    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)

    FAQs


    AdBlock for Safari - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims


    • By OneFish TwoFish
      1

      Never mess with perfection, for money!

      Ask for money you did, donated many times for what was the perfect gift. ADBLOCKER was so wonderful, now I have gaps where advertising was on the NYTimes… ads all over FB; not asking much but really desire another program or my ability to correct the deficiencies of this product now represented as ADBLOCKER 1.9. You all sold out, why did you not sell the software or the application years before this? OMG sold to MACKEEPER! The worst program, slows the entire computer systems programs malfunction w/glitches, which I am not assured of MacKeepers intelligence to take over my computer and shuffle defragmented programs and delete my documents. No, not assured they are perfect, but neither is MacKeeper! What have you done, what a enourmous loss for everyone. Constant issue with inability to open websites, blocked! I feel like I am running a inefficient Microsoft program with no freedom! A pause botton, whiteout websites does not take care of the problems of ads or views there! Did I say, I hate the new adblock? I wrote to your company…to trouble shoot, no response, but made effort to get in line!


    • By solgar1970
      3

      Intrusive Error Pop-Ups With No Advice To Resolve

      I just need to know how to remove the following AdBlock error message each time that I open Safari with AdBlock enabled: "Content Blocking Rule Limit Exceeded. Please Disable Some Filter Lists." I really don't care why I'm receiving the error pop-up. Nor do I want to read several long articles, or be told what I need to enable or disable to not get the intrusive error message any longer. AdBlock's online user articles on the subject offers NO useful advice. The AdBlock software needs to work with the latest version of Safari as advertised - without the annoying error pop-up messages. They should really fix this.


    • By timannnn
      5

      It works! Well sort of...

      So the main sites I visit were showing ads with the new versoin of Adblock after Safari 12.0 update. Confirming Adblock was set correclty I was still getting ads. That’s when I stumbled upon a setting within Safari. Go to Safari, Preferences, Websites, Content Blockers. Go through this list and confirm that all are turned on for sites you visit. If you’re still getting ads, remove the site from the list and check the Adblock setting now. In my case, after I removed the site, Adblock was set to allow ads. I then turned on Adblock to block ads again and Voila, no more ads on the page. I had to turn on for multiple pages within same website (a forum site) but once I did that no more ads. Hope this helps. Adblock is BACK! Well…for me anyways.


    • By nuclearwarfare90
      5

      Getting better, slowly but surely.

      Betafish AdBlock for Safari was my all time favorite when it came to blocking ads on my Windows. It never let me down or asked me to pay them money or upgrade continue using. I know that after Safari 12 came out, all Safari Extensions had to create their own apps on the App Store, which is very difficult to convert after years of being just an extension. I was very glad that Betafish let me know ahead of time what the Safari 12 update meant, and how they would work with it. Each update, they're getting better and better at blocking ads. I still see some every now and then, but it does not bother me because I know Betafish will block them soon. Good luck and keep doing a great job Betafish!


    • By dr.shoeshine
      2

      Used to be beautiful, now gutted

      So beautiful, I even donated out of gratitude: before Safari 12, Adblock always picked off the ads and almost never interfered with site operations for me. I get that the change is on Microsoft with Safari 12, but they do let developers know ahead of time when specs are changing, and I don’t understand why (apparently) no one has been able to bridge the gap between old and new. It’s hard to read articles on news sites (even if you subscribe, which I do to several) because there are empty ad containers littered all over the page that interrupt reading. Safari doesn’t block those and Adblock apparently can’t. Worse, almost none of the help content on the Adblock Support page addresses the new version. It has instructions for previous versions that aren’t applicable to the new UI. Eagerly waiting for THE update. If you can avoid Safari 12 for the time being, I’d do it.


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