Safari AdBlocker for Mac
Safari AdBlocker is a straightforward SIMBL plugin specially designed to block banners, pop-ups and video ads on various webpages.
Block advertisements and enjoy your favorite websites
To enjoy a cleaner and smoother browsing experience, you first need to download the light DMG disk image, mount it, launch the installer and follow to instructions to successfully install and use Safari AdBlocker.
Fortunately, the Safari AdBlocker package also includes SIMBL and you are not required to install additional apps in order to use Safari AdBlocker.
Once installed, you can open Safari’s Preferences window and open the AdBlocker tab to enable or disable Safari AdBlocker, update your AdBlock Plus subscriptions and organize your filters.
Use AdBlock Plus filters or create your own custom ones
The great thing about Safari AdBlocker, is that it can be used together with latest AdBlock Plus filter subscriptions. A list with all available AdBlock Plus subscriptions is available on the AdBlock Plus Subscriptions page and you can add any of the available filter subscriptions directly into Safari AdBlocker.
On top of that, you can create and use your own list of filters that can be easily configured, edited and managed via the Filters tab under Safari’s Preferences window. What is more, you can export and import your list with just a couple of mouse clicks.
Add links, pages and frames to your filter or whitelist
Moreover, Safari AdBlocker can be configured to update all active subscriptions on a weekly basis and enable or disable the contextual menus. Thanks to the contextual menu, you can block or whitelist a website, web address, image or frame and enable to disable Safari AdBlocker.
Unfortunately, Safari AdBlocker is not compatible with Safari 5 or newer, fact that renders the utility useless for Mac users using newer versions of the web browser. Hopefully, Safari AdBlocker will be updated in the near feature and seamlessly integrate with the latest version of Safari.
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