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Default [Q] App that allows selective ad blocking?

Hello. Can anyone recommend an ad blocking app that allows the user to select which apps are not blocked?
 
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No app I know of but there is a winam exposed extension that does exactly that
 
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No app I know of but there is a winam exposed extension that does exactly that
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I use this:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2597332
 
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So does this allow you to not block certain apps but block others?

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