Annoying messages and ads. These are two major annoyances that people experience browsing the web.
In Feb 2018, Google started blocking intrusive ads on Computer and Android, unfortunately not yet on iOS. This article focuses on solutions for blocking Chrome on iOS (iPhone, iPad and iPod).
Block ads on Chrome iOS
Option 1: Setup AdGuard DNS (beta)
- From the home screen, tap ’Settings’
- Choose ’Wi-Fi’ in the left menu (it is impossible to configure DNS for mobile networks)
- Tap on the name of the currently active network
- In the ’DNS’ field enter our DNS addresses:
You can use
Internet Protocol Version 6 instead.
Option 2: Switch to Safari and install a content blocker
Stop annoying alert messages in Chrome iOS
Suppress Dialogue once
This will only stop messages for your current visit of a site. If you don't see the option "Suppress Dialogues" in step 2, go to iOS Settings > iTunes & App Stores, check Automatic Downloads of Apps and Updates is enabled.
- Tap OK on the first annoying message
- On the message tap Suppress Dialogues and confirm you want to prevent this page from creating additional dialogues.
By default, Google Chrome blocks pop-ups from automatically showing up on your screen. When a pop-up is blocked, the address bar will be marked Pop-up blocked . You can also decide to allow pop-ups.
- On your iPhone or iPad, open the Chrome app .
- Tap More Settings.
- Tap Content Settings Block Pop-ups.
- Turn Block pop-ups off.