Shut Up: Comment Blocker
Description of App
Shut Up spares you from Internet troglodytes by hiding all comment sections when browsing the web in Safari. You can even set your favorite websites to
show comments by default.
That's it. Simple and free. Enjoy!
Uses shutup.css by Steven Frank, with permission.
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
Very VoiceOver accessible and easy to use.
At this time of writing there has been a slew of ad blockers to try out for free and paid. At first I had love Purify along with ShutUp and was my go to ad blocker. However, something has recently come along which I love better. So give the Adguard - Adblock and Privacy Protection for the Web a look at. It offers more in terms of what you like to block and plus it is free.
Remember that you will need to turn on Shut Up after you install it for the first time. To activate Shut Up you just need to the following steps:
1. Go to the Apple Settings
2. Go to the Safari button and double tap on that
3. Find the Content Blocker button and double tap on this
4. Now Enable Shut Up
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Is there a similar app for Mac?
Yeah there is. It's called add blocker It's an extension for safari.
Where can I find that at? I can't find it in the app store.
It's not in the app store. Never assume that any app will be there. You need to do a search for Adblock Plus safari extension
Oh yeah! I totally missed the Safari extnsion part. Hahaha!
When trying to add a site to the allowed list, I can't find a way to actually submit the site URL. I can type in the edit field, but there's nowhere to go after that to get it to save. Anyone else having this issue?
Can you just hit enter or what ever is above the delete key?
Why not just tr hitting "back" like you'd do in any other app or iOS settings window. Just hit back and then go back in to see if it saved.
Tapping Enter several times did the trick, thanks. No, going Back wasn't working, I'd tried that.