It is drastically changing the landscape of online content viewing.
The YouTube recently announced its decision to limit content viewing to users who use ad blocker and all this caused great disturbance in the community.
The annoyingly large number of ads that the service now “serves” is one of the concerns for users who until recently used a wide range of ad blockers.
As reported by Wired website, hundreds of thousands of users uninstalled related add-ons such as Ghostery and AdGuard from Chrome, and representatives of the companies behind the two programs reported seeing multiple uninstalls in recent days.
Almost 90% of users who gave reasons for this decision pointed out that the program no longer worked.
But this situation has led users to find something more efficient that works even with the latest changes. Ghostery has a free version that is now defunct, but it was found that those who install its paid version will still enjoy the services it promises.
This led to a huge number of markets that peaked between October 18-27, while several were also searched with press alternatives Newpipe.