Free online advertising is being targeted at the same people who use it for Facebook, according to research by the advertiser tribunal, and the results show it’s not a simple matter of a click.
The ad blocker app app Advertising Age has released a new survey of the top 10 most-used ad blockers, and it’s revealed that more than half of them are based on social media platforms and not directly connected to the web, making them ripe for advertisers to target with targeted ads.
The survey revealed that users on Facebook are most likely to be using ad blockers.
The number one most-trended ad blocker is an app called Facebook AdBlock, which users can install on a Mac, Windows, Android or iOS device.
The app has over one million installs worldwide, with over 200 million downloads.
The app is one of the most-cited apps in terms of the number of installs globally, with more than 1.3 million installs in the UK alone.
Facebook Adblock has over five million installs globally.
Users on Facebook also use an ad blocker called Snooze, which is used by users in the US, Canada, Germany, Spain, Italy, France and Russia.
The other two most popular ads blockers are Google AdBlock and Google Reader.
Users are also more likely to use the popular app Adblock Plus, which has over a million installs and has over 20 million downloads globally.
The report also found that users are more likely than those using other apps to use other ad blocking tools.
More than 80 per cent of users on the ad blocker apps are also using an app known as AdBlock Plus.
More: Google Reader users are using AdBlock Pro, an ad blocking app, while more than 80% of users are also on Facebook’s AdBlock.
Facebook AdBlock has over three million installs.
Adblock Plus has over two million installs, while Snoozle is at 2.2 million downloads and AdBlock Unlimited has over 2 million downloads worldwide.
Users who use an app that blocks ads on mobile devices, for example, are more than twice as likely to also be using an adblocker.
Users of the social networking app Snapchat are also significantly more likely.
Advertisers and publishers are increasingly turning to mobile ad blockers to help them reach consumers who are not on the web.
Adblock is used on Android devices, with some mobile browsers supporting the feature.
The study, which asked participants to identify their top five most-useful ad blockers on mobile, found that Facebook’s top-ranked ad blocker, AdBlock plus, has over four million installs on the Android market alone.
Google Reader users were also more than three times as likely as Snapchat users to use AdBlock for mobile ads.
More on Facebook: AdblockPlus has over 1 million installs across all platforms.
AdBlock Plus has more than one million downloads across all mobile browsers.
Ad blocking apps, including Facebook, Google Reader and Snooza, have become popular among consumers for their ability to hide content from people who don’t use the app, or to allow ads to show up without being approved.
Users also report using the apps to block ads and to block specific apps or websites from appearing in their feeds.
Ad blockers are a great way to get around blocking requirements, as they do not require users to manually add and remove apps or web pages.
But some people who do not need a filter might find that blocking apps and websites can be cumbersome and frustrating.
Adblocking apps also tend to block certain apps and content based on the privacy settings, which can cause problems for those who don the app regularly.
Advertising Age has previously reported on how to avoid being blocked by ad blockers that block apps and services.
Adblocking apps may block websites, but also block ads, so they can be difficult to navigate.