- The Move Will Force Developers to Optimize Their Codes
- People Turning Third Party Adblocker Tool
In the meantime, many Safari users have turned to third party adblocker tools to stop unwanted pop-up ads on a Mac. An example is AdGuard which can act as an extension or standalone software to block annoying popups, banners, and video ads. It can protect you from trackers that are widespread on the web. There is a parental mode which can help parents to determine which web content is safe for their kids to surf. Adblocker not only work on Safari but it can also work on Firefox and Internet Explorer. Not everyone like the ads of all websites to be stripped off. AdGuard has a whitelist feature that enable you to whitelist sites that you want to see ad. It can quickly identify advertisement codes and remove them without affecting the performance of the browser.
- No Confirmation about When It Will Launch
At the moment, it is only a proposal and there is no confirmation that they will implement it. Many experts in the field have provided their feedback emphasizing that it is not an easy task to carry out the restriction. It will probably be weeks or months before they will launch the feature in Safari.
- Chrome Planning on a Similar Update
- The Update Will Bring Positive Changes in Ad Serving