Updated: Wednesday, 25 September, 2019
I’m switching from Safari to Chrome on Ios. Obviously, the browser of Google is pretty well doing great. It syncs my information & personal data seamlessly. But due to inability to block ads makes me annoyed, therefore, I’m going back to Safari because ad-ridden websites would not permit a normal usage without an ad blocker.
You can modify servers like Ios can modify the DNS servers for any Wi-Fi connection very easily. Just you have to configure the DNS servers when you connect a new Wi-Fi hotspot.
Step 1: On Ios settings app, tap ‘Wi-Fi’ then tap ‘i- a shaped symbol that is next to connected Wi-Fi.
Step 2: Tap on configuring DNS server.
Step 3: Tap ‘Manual’, and remove the current DNS server for the Wi-Fi connection network.
Step 4: After inserting Ad Guards DNS servers in different two slots you have to save it so tap ‘Save’.
You are all set for moving to Chrome again, time to load any of the websites and experience an ad-free enjoyment. Now there no pop-ups and you are on your favorite browser on Ios.
Step 1:- Install the Content –blocking the app.
Step 2:- Open the ad blocker and set it up.
Step 3:- Go to Settings from the home screen and tap on it.
Step 4:- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
Step 5:- Tap ‘Safari’ and here tap ‘Content –Blockers.
Step 6:- Lead to the slider which is next to ads- blocker app that you have installed.
To sum up:
You have learned that Ad- block plus for iOS are accessible for total –free on Apple’s App Store. Hence, it is a convenient way for blocking ads on your Safari web browser on Apple iPhones and iPad or iPods. The first step is installing the Ad-block for Ios from the Apple App Store.