Best 3 Ad Blockers For Google Chrome

Ad Blockers

It’s no secret that Google Chrome has a ton of great features. However, if you’re like me and use ad blockers regularly, then you may have noticed that there is currently no way to block ads on your browser other than manually disabling them one by one. Luckily for us, this isn’t the case! With several different options available, here are the best 3 Ad Blockers for the Google Chrome browser.


AdBlock is a free ad blocker that blocks all ads and trackers, including social media buttons. It was created by the same company that develops AdBlock Plus and can be installed from the Chrome store.

AdBlock works in other browsers besides Chrome, so you don’t have to switch between your favorite desktop browser and phone app just because you want to use an ad blocker at work or on your PC/Mac.

AdBlock Plus

AdBlock Plus is a free, open-source ad-blocking extension for Google Chrome and Firefox. It’s one of the most popular and widely used ad blockers in the world, including Google.

Adblock Plus blocks all types of ads: pop-ups, banners, video ads, and more.


Ghostery is a free browser extension for Google Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. It tracks the trackers that are on websites you visit, and it will block them from tracking you (except for ads). This can help with privacy issues because it prevents third parties from collecting data about your browsing habits.

Ghostery also lets users see which cookies they have been served by each website and how long they’ve been there (if any). This can be useful in determining whether or not something suspicious is happening when visiting certain sites such as those belonging to advertisers or marketing firms who would like their products advertised more prominently than others on social media platforms like Twitter or Facebook – but only if users take advantage of Ghostery!

Google Chrome has many ad blockers that are free and easy to install.

Google Chrome has many ad blockers that are free and easy to install.

Ad blocking software is a great way to block ads on all websites, as well as specific pages of certain websites.


We hope that this article has helped you find the best ad blocker for Chrome. You can also use a console to test your browsers’ anti-adblocker defenses by running the following command:

chrome://inspect/#js, and look for any security warnings about the browser itself blocking scripts or content on certain domains. If you see these warnings, it means that Google Chrome has blocked tabs from loading because they contain ads or links to other sites where ads are present. It is important to remember that these are just examples – different browsers may differ in their ways of protecting themselves against malicious code being used by developers without prior permission being given – but the above commands should always work just fine!

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