These ad blockers replace digital ads with cats, art, and vintage advertising
A host of niche ad blockers are helping web surfers trade annoying ads for cats, art, and inspiration.
The tools are part of a burgeoning cottage industry of blocking software birthed by a popular frustration with disruptive digital ads in recent years.
But where most of their ilk simply scrub pop-ups and promos from your screen, a handful of developers have tried to set their services apart by taking it a step further: They want to turn the lemons of online ads into lemonade.
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