Google Chrome's Native Ad-Blocking Feature Spotted in Canary Build for Android

Google Chrome's Native Ad-Blocking Feature Spotted in Canary Build for Android

Google Chrome's Native Ad-Blocking Feature Spotted in Canary Build for Android

While it has since been unclear as to when these promises will come into reality, Google is now reported to have taken its first step towards native ad-blocking with a new feature spotted in the Chrome Canary browser. In short, native ad-blocking is one of the most sensible features Google will be adding to the Chrome browser. It allows you to toggle on a feature that will "Block ads from sites that tend to show intrusive ads", though it's set off by default, at least in this build. While Google has stated that it will deploy the ad blocker in 2018, it is chose to start testing the feature for bugs and other similar flaws.

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Google is said to be providing publisher partners with guidelines about what qualifies as "intrusive ads", to help them avoid being included in the advertising blocked by the new feature, according to a Wall Street Journal report from June. Intrusive ads are a different deal though, and so this ad-blocker should come in handy. Now it appears that it is finally live in Chrome's Canary and Dev builds on Android.

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It's possible to check out the ad-blocking tech yourself by downloading Canary here. Ads that are targeted through the ad blocker include pop-up ads, countdown timers, auto-playing audio and video ads and a few others; and unsurprisingly, Google's own advertisements will remain largely unaffected.

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Google is making a move to upgrade your mobile browsing experience in future versions of Chrome. The Coalition for Better Ads is a cross-country organization that lists what consists of "offensive" ads and this is the basis for what Google will block on that built-in tool. By specifically targeting intrusive ads, Google hopes to decrease the reliance on nondiscriminatory ad blockers, and thus, increase revenue by preventing less intrusive ads to remain unblocked.

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