Chrome Addon: AdBlock for Google Chrome

Updated with real chrome adblock addon.

The famous Adblock Plus for Firefox is finally available for Google Chrome. It brings the same convenience of blocking unwanted ads as you’re used to.

Simply install it and forget it. It’ll block all the ads in the background, update its filters automatically and never bother you.
Adblock Addon for Chrome

From authors of the addon:

Adblock Plus is a community-driven open source project that aims to make the internet better for everyone. It was originally created for the Firefox browser and with more than 100 million downloads it has become the most popular browser extension in the world. We are now offering Adblock Plus for Google Chrome™ (formerly AdThwart) as well and the community is working hard to produce the same value you know from the Firefox version.

Download Adblock Plus addon for Chrome

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  • Phil

    The real Chrome AdBlock exists, now that Google added real extension support:

    http://bit.ly/ChromeAdBlock

    One click, and it’s installed and ads are gone!

  • http://thesimpler.net/blog/ Tim

    Screw the Firefox lovers on this list of comments. Why are you looking at this?

    I agree that Privoxy isn’t really the “nice” way to go, but I’ll use Firefox again when the world has gone to hell.

    Three cheers for proper extension support in Chrome now!

  • Ido

    Wow. “screw you”. Some of you guys feel very strongly about web browsers. Personally I like Firefox, because it’s more advanced and customizable, plus it isn’t owned by a large money-driven company which makes me trust it a little more.

  • http://youtube.com/Meowthnum1 Trace

    I loved Adblock for the first few days, but suddenly, it started blocking all images/videos in Chrome. Once I disabled Adblock, everything worked fine. Is there a fix in the works for this?

  • daved92pol1

    THIS IS SO COOOL !!!! I ENJOY TO USE GOOGLE CHROME ON 100% yeah !!

  • Stoupeace

    While the Privoxy is kind of an ad-blocker, it completely slowed down Chrome (and Firefox!), and i had to reset my router 3-4 times a day.

    I guess i’ll just have to make peace with the ads.

  • Boobjob

    Google Addon = Fast and lightweight
    Firefox = Lots of features, user-powered, could work around to make it lightweight
    IE = catching up on the features of firefox

    Just use firefox until chrome comes out with the addons tbh.

    I use chrome because I’m not much of an addon type of person since I only just need ad-block. However firefox has lots of useful addons that other browsers don’t have.

  • Chris

    thank you merry christmas lol thx :)

  • http://chromeadblock.com Michael

    Hi everyone,

    A real Chrome AdBlock has been released at chromeadblock.com. It’s got 45,000 users (at the moment) and was just featured in the New York Times. Install and enjoy!

    – Michael (the AdBlock developer)

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  • deb

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  • Peter

    Privoxxy….No thanks.

    uninstall the thing and your PC internet access is knackered.

    Never again….AVOID

  • Deicide

    Yea Adblock plus for Firefox is WAY better. This slider crap has no flexibility. Either it blocks just the image or it blocks everything IMG on the page. Haven’t seen it stop scripts yet or anything. WEAK!!! thats all i have to say

  • kayla

    Thanks a lot, I just installed a program that doesn’t do anything.

  • johnsmith

    Yeah, and what if we need a proxy server afterwards? I do. And we need to be able to choose what to block.

    I’m going back to Firefox.

  • sunja

    this doesn’t even work on OS X machines, since theres no inbuilt specific proxy connection settings. An addon for Privoxy would really be nice, although its pretty advanced not many would want to deal with it.

  • alex

    Chrome’s lite. Adding proxy services to it is stupid. Somebody just needs to make adblockplus for Chrome. I use Firefox for important stuff, but Chrome definately kicks ass for netbooks and speed.

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  • kris

    Great, thanks! No more annoying ads :)) However, it seems to compromise with Facebook? (won’t open dialogue boxes) :( Anyone got a tip on how to get this to run painless on FB? Thanks heaps!

  • Weeboo

    too bad it doesn’t block facebook entirely!

  • http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=22920649068 Enok

    The red addon button has dissapeared in chrome.
    How do I get it back?
    Do I have to reinstall, I don’t see how i can uninstall when i dont have its menu anymore?
    It seems to function on websites thou, so its only the button missing.

  • Jenna

    Uhg. It’s not very user friendly for chrome if you want to try and block something specific beyond basic ads. Like, say you’re on a forum site and someone has an obnoxious picture in their signature you’d like to block. You right click on something on a page and block it.
    Great!

    But wait! Here’s another pop up! Now it asks you to block 32 OTHER THINGS ON THE PAGE THAT YOU DON’T WANT TO, which happens to be every since other picture on the page!

    Don’t want to block those? Too bad! Clicking cancel makes that one little thing you wanted to block visible again. Couldn’t figure out the ‘Edit’ command either. Should just have a ‘We found others elements that match what you just blocked. Do you want to block those too?’ pop up with a YES or NO feature.

    So, for blocking general ads, it’s great, but when it comes blocking specific content you pick and choose, this addon falls flat.

  • http://www.buildvoy.com wbuildvoy

    Yea Adblock plus for Firefox is WAY better. This slider crap has no flexibility. Either it blocks just the image or it blocks everything IMG on the page. Haven’t seen it stop scripts yet or anything. WEAK!!! thats all i have to say,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,yes but firefox is slowwwwwwwwww

  • uRock

    It is the lack of add-ons that keeps me using Firefox. Please make AdBlock Plus and NoScript for chrome.

    I’ll take slow and safe over fast and insecure any day.

  • Erik
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    It is the lack of add-ons that keeps me using Firefox. Please make AdBlock Plus and NoScript for chrome.

    I’ll take slow and safe over fast and insecure any day.

  • eman

    the only reason i sticked with mozilla is bacause of ad block plus.. i kinda hate the way it loads too long. now that with ad block plus on chrome, i really like it.!

    thumbs up!!
    BEST ADD ON TO GOOGLE CHROME!

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    doesn’t works for me :(

  • Tom

    The REAL Adblock Plus is finally available for Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/cfhdojbkjhnklbpkdaibdccddilifddb?hl=en

  • Dark Wolfy

    Agree with some others, id much rather use addons and exstentons on firefox than chrome. I’ll take slow secure ram hog over fast non secure. Nice try you newbie idiots.

  • Wolfman

    This sucks. It is misrepresented and is not really an add-on. I do not recommend downloading it and I have a very hard time believing that CNET endorsed this product. This product is also a type of adware itself.

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    Its not an addons or Plugins, it is just a tutorial from which you can block ads on any sites.

  • Nullman

    Great tool, I use it all the time now, works perfectly. A must have for Firefox and Chrome users. =)

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    It’s interesting, if they are blocking all the ads, or just leaving their adsense unaffected and still visible. It seems that’s not the case this time, though they might be fighting against their own service and product. Then the question is why? Is it because users are sooooo keen about it? Or just because everybody else is doing it?

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  • Lloyd

    Installed AdBlock for Chrome 1 week ago and over 10,000 ads blocked.Love it!!

  • Western Sudan (غرب السودان)

    any Sudanese won’t be able to download Google products like Chome Earth etc without using us or S.A proxy damn Google