New beta of Microsoft Edge for Android brings AdBlock Plus integration

20 June 2018
Microsoft Edge beta now offers native support for AdBlock Plus.

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  • Anonymous

I've been using Edge for most of my browsing, even YouTube, There's no need to download apps if you have the same functionality on the website, with the security of the website, which is usually kept up better than the apps and not have to constantly be updating apps on the phone.

  • Anonymous

Opera already has adblock.

  • Anonymous

Gandalfdenvite, 20 Jun 2018I never use the native Youtube app to watch Youtube videos ... moreI use Tubemate or not stock browser to be able to save liked videos.

  • Anonymous

Ads are the only reason why i would never use the native youtube app. i use Brave Browser for all my mobile browsing.. its great.

  • Anonymous

Gandalfdenvite, 20 Jun 2018I never use the native Youtube app to watch Youtube videos ... moreDownload the ad free version from XDA

  • Gandalfdenvite

I never use the native Youtube app to watch Youtube videos because it is impossible to block ads in videos when using that app!

Interesting, nice to see a well known browser using Adblock.

  • opelit

ZloiYuri, 20 Jun 2018Let's say true - it's not Edge, it's "Edge". The same engin... moreI like the MS services , one of them is possibility to send site to my pc .
My bookmarks , history etc are synced .
With 1803 of windows 10 , sites i browse on my phone shown on timeline so I dont even need to search my phone I can do in on My PC directly . So i Truly wait for My Phone app to sync my sms , photos etc

I never liked google and I use google android cuz windows failed with their mobile OS . There is IOS too , but the phones are too expensive for a student in my country.

Well i request ads block for windows 10 mobile back then,i guess microsoft miss heard it.

  • ZloiYuri

Luxor, 20 Jun 2018What if the site says, "Please disable adblocks". Even simp... moreJust leave these sites in past. All these sites showing non-relevant crappy ads, collect your data and sell it to ad companies. They never respected you and never will. If I disable ads onsites - that's just because all of these ads are useless and weights more than 90% of all site content. That's unacceptable. If they don't care about that - why I have to care about revenue?

  • ZloiYuri

Let's say true - it's not Edge, it's "Edge". The same engine that most Android browsers have inside, but tied to crappy slow and glitchy M$ services. You can easily install AdGuard (or something like that) for example and any browser will be free from ads.

  • Anonymous

Where is home button?

What if the site says, "Please disable adblocks". Even simple news site wont allow me to read their news with adblockers. Its their revenue they said. *sigh