We all get tired and irritated by the ads that keep showing up even after 100 times of cancelation. No matter how much we hated it; we could not do anything about it.
But Chrome has now jumped in to help its users by providing a special feature build in it which will block all these repeating ads.
Google came up with this new feature in February 2018 in North America and Europe, but this filter is going worldwide in July, and it will help in getting rid of those annoying type of ads who violates the Coalition of Better Ads standards.
This has been confirmed by the Senior Director of Chrome Ben Galbraith how rote this on his blog. He said that this filter is not actually about the blocking of the ads, but it is to serve a much larger purpose.
This will help in the better web for everyone. According to him, many other sites are getting a positive effect from Chrome’s such decision, and they are also viewing their advertising experiences in a way that will provide more benefits to their users.
This filter will help in blocking of all those intrusive types of ads which keep popping up, auto play videos ads with sounds, those full-page ads who blocks the screen and work you were doing, and all those sticky ads that remain on the page no matter how much you scroll up and down and they won’t go.