How to Enable Content Blockers in Safari for iOS

Content blockers are extensions that allows Safari block cookies, images, resources, pop-ups, and other contents. Content blockers affect what content is

loaded while using Safari. If you want to smoothen and enjoy the browsing experience, reduce the brouser load times, reduce the amount of bandwidth consumed, remove unwanted ads, then you need to turn content blocker on to Safari mobile browser.

Content blockers provides an easy one-touch solution for preventing ads like popups and banners from loading while using Safari.

They can also help guard your privacy from online tracking by disabling cookies, beacons, and scripts that sites tries to load.

Before you enable content blocker for Safari on iPhone/iPad,
You need to find various free or paid content blocker such as 1Blocker, Crystal or Purify on the App Store

Once you’ve installed a content blocker, simply follow the steps outlined below to activate it.
Activate Content Blocker for Safari on iPhone/iPad,

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Scroll down and tap Safari.
  3. Scroll down and select Content Blockers option.
  4. toggle on the switches next to content blockers to enable them.

Keep in mind that the Content Blockers option doesn’t appear in Safari’s settings until you’ve installed
at least one third-party content blocker such as 1Blocker, Crystal or Purify.
from the App Store.

In case a content blocker mistakably blocks a crucial web page element that’s not ad-related, you can disable it temporarily any time.

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