Apple makes Safari in iOS 9 support for adblockers

Jun

11

2015

Apple will build support for adblockers in Safari in iOS 9. Developers can from that version extensions’ content blockers make Apple’s browser, it says in the developer documentation.

In a corresponding picture on the developer page of Safari 9.0 is even a menu for AdBlocker in Safari for OS X visible example of what ‘content blocking “in Safari can. It is also possible to placing cookies or downloading to avoid images. Developers should specify in a json file which content on the pages they want to block. A user of Reddit discovered the change in the developer documentation.

It is unknown why Apple has added the feature to Safari for iOS. In Safari for OS X adblockers all possible support for all kinds of extensions, but also Safari in OS X El Capitan gets support for content blocking “in Safari itself.

Apple introduced iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan Monday during the keynote address at its own developer conference WWDC. Both operating systems are downloadable already as a test version for developers and appear to the public this fall.

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