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Google is testing a native ad blocker for Chrome on your phone

Google is making a move to upgrade your mobile browsing experience in future versions of Chrome. The search giant is finally banishing those distracting ads that make it more difficult to navigate websites on mobile device’s smaller screens. 
The latest version of the Google’s experimental mobile browser, Chrome Canary, includes a built-in setting that allows users to block websites from showing ads that the search giant deems to be “intrusive.” The barred content includes things like pop-up ads, interstitials, and autoplay video —which have all long been some of the biggest gripes in mobile internet browsing.  Read more…More about Google, Advertising,

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