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Block annoying internet ads and trackers for life


Pay $16.97 for a lifetime of top-rated ad-blocking on 3 devices.
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A significant chunk of the internet runs on advertising revenue, so it’s no surprise that you see a lot of it. But let’s face it: Many sites are simply choked with banner ads, pop-ups and intrusive videos that drag down your speed and the overall experience.

It’s getting to the point that many of us don’t even remember what an ad-free internet page looked like. However, AdGuard is one tool you can use to bring back the good old days. And it’s priced down to $16.97 for a very limited time.

AdGuard: Your ticket to an ad-free internet

There is no shortage of ad blockers on the market, but the proof is in the reviews for this particular tool. It’s earned four stars from nearly 100,000 users on Google Play, largely because of how it lets internet citizens shift the balance of power.

With AdGuard, you can surf the web the way you always wanted to — faster and safer. It automatically works behind the scenes to not just remove the pop-up ads that you see, but also the tracking bots that go with them.

The same goes for video ads and banners. Plus, you can take advantage of parental controls to make sure kids stay clear of questionable content.

See an ad that slipped through the cracks? You can report it with a single click. You can even get full readouts on the malware and trackers blocked by this powerful platform.

Save on AdGuard with this limited-time deal

AdGuard works on desktop (macOS and Windows) as well as mobile (iOS and Android). And these lifetime plans cover multiple pieces of hardware: up to three devices on the Personal plan, or nine on the Family plan.

Through October 15, you can take your pick of lifetime AdGuard plans starting at $16.97. That’s a massive discount off the regular price of $59.99.

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