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[Q] Best ad blocking app?

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29th March 2012, 11:32 PM   |  #1  
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What's the best ad blocker you've found for your Galaxy tab?
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adfree

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Adfree or lucky patcher.

Both can't be found on the market because it would be silly. Google puts them ads for a reason, to annoy you, why would they allow an ad blocker on the market? lol
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Adfree or lucky patcher.

Both can't be found on the market because it would be silly. Google puts them ads for a reason, to annoy you, why would they allow an ad blocker on the market? lol

Can't? What?
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You can google it, since it's a homebrew app
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Adfree or lucky patcher.

Both can't be found on the market because it would be silly. Google puts them ads for a reason, to annoy you, why would they allow an ad blocker on the market? lol

I don't know about Lucky Patcher, but AdFree is readily available on the Android Market. (I still refuse to call it "Google Play.")
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Google puts them ads for a reason, to annoy you,

Joke ? ^^
14th March 2013, 04:59 PM   |  #8  
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I don't know about Lucky Patcher, but AdFree is readily available on the Android Market. (I still refuse to call it "Google Play.")

No, it's not available anymore.

http://techcrunch.com/2013/03/13/goo...ion-agreement/

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AdFree is what I use and it blocks ads nicely.
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