- autor: Kelza, pred 12 dňamiHodnotenie: 1 z 5Once the greatest ad blocker. Now an unreliable product which decides that certain ads would be "acceptable" (if the ABP publisher gets his share, I guess...)
It also became unusable with Mozilla Firefox, ABP building up overtime some stupid amount of resource usage and messing up with the whole computer. There goes the rating down the drain. I'll be using alternatives from now on, I read excellent things on ublock origin,for example...
- autor: itsbruce, pred 19 dňamiHodnotenie: 1 z 5With this add-on enabled, I find Firefox regularly consumes a large amount of memory and CPU resources, requiring me to kill the browser to recover the use of the machine. Disabling the add-on fixes the problem. I uninstalled it and installed one of the alternatives and have not seen the problem since.
- autor: A., pred 4 mesiacmiHodnotenie: 1 z 5Guilt trip "honor system of pay what you can" is a lie as there's a minimum donation amount. Don't try and be sneaky about it. That plus the other issues has killed it.
- autor: matt, pred 4 mesiacmiHodnotenie: 1 z 5Used to be good:
◉It's effectiveness has degraded noticeably: many websites now have a pop up forcing you to disable AdBlock Plus.
◉The "acceptable ads program" is allowing more ads than acceptable for an adblocker. Not only that, but Google and others have paid AdBlock Plus to ignore their ads! WTF!!!!!!!😡😲_________(You can read this more below)_________
"Google has reportedly paid the makers of Adblock Plus, the single most popular browser extension on Chrome and Firefox, to look the other way when it comes to its web advertisements. According to the German news site Horizont, Google and other unnamed companies are paying to be included on a "whitelist" that prevents their pop-ups, banners, and display ads from being blocked by the free service."