By Dennis Long, 6 December, 2022 Forum iOS and iPadOS Hi what are good accessible add blockers they can be free or paid. Options Log in or register to post comments Comments AdGuard Pro all the way Dennis, take a look at this: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/adguard-pro-adblock-privacy/id1126386264 Of course, the non-Pro version is also available, but at the end you'll end up paying for it through its Premium features. If, however, you want to see how it works before paying for the Pro version, here's the URL for the non-Pro one: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/adguard-adblock-privacy/id1047223162 +1 for AdGuard Very good. I don't use it nowadays, preferring to use Roadblock which is much, much more hands-on and gives you a lot of customisation which I use to massively reduce network requests. But it's very hard to argue with AdGuard. You can also give thought to doing DNS-level filtering either on-device or using a remote DNS service that performs ad blocking, which will help with ads in your apps either across your network or for your devices connected in via VPN or DNS profile. Cloudflare Zero Trust will do this now, but there's also NextDNS and others, plus of course this is part of the AdGuard offering as well. And then, of course, if you're up to it, there's always the option of PiHole, or similar. All these have the advantage that they're cross-platform, but they're also rather fiddly, I think it's fair to say, and when they go wrong, they are sometimes hard to fix or diagnose, but they are quite effective. Wipr Wipr is great, accessible, and being maintained. AdGuard questions I have a few questions for AdGuard pro is it just the $10 you pay or is there a subscription on top of the $10? I tried the free AdGuard I can't get it enabled. What am I doing wrong?