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The best alternatives to Anti-Adblock Killer are uBlock Origin, Adblock Fast, and AdGuard MV3. If these 3 options don't work for you, we've listed a few more alternatives below.
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  • Chrome's Manifest V3 is often said to be the end of ad blockers as we know them. We decided to check that and we're now publishing the first ad blocker that is built on the new platform. Check it out and see what awaits us in the future.

  • Adblock Plus, the most popular ad blocker on Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Android and iOS. Block pop-ups and annoying ads on websites like Facebook and YouTube.

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  • Magic Lasso is a free, efficient and high performance ad blocker and content blocker for the iPhone, iPad and Mac with native Safari integration. With Magic Lasso, pages load over 20% faster, use 10% less bandwidth and improve your battery life. Experience a cleaner, faster web browsing experience – without ads, pop-ups or user tracking.

  • Ad Pruner is an ad blocking solution based on Pi-hole and OpenVPN. By connecting to our VPN servers, only DNS traffic is routed to block advertising domains. No traffic logs kept. Available on iOS, Android, Windows, Mac OS and Linux. Sign up for a free trial.

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