Google has announced plans to block ads for a broad range of apps, apps that are used for social networking, as well as some that are blocked by default on iPhones and iPads.
Google is rolling out the new rules for mobile devices, including Android, Chrome, and Firefox.
Users can also turn off the advertising services on the devices they use, but that will limit the number of apps and websites they can access.
The company is also rolling out new ad blocking options for mobile apps that will block ads based on the app’s location, the website it is running on, and its ad-blocking rules.
Apps that can be affected by these rules include Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Twitter Messenger, Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Instagram Stories, and Pinterest.
For Android, Google is also introducing a new setting that will allow users to block ad-based services such as Facebook, Google Search, Google Wallet, Google Maps, and Google AdSense.
For the first time, the ad-blockers will be installed on all devices, so it’s unclear how the feature will work on older devices, but the changes come after a long battle between Apple and Google over the blocklist that the two companies imposed on each other’s devices in 2016.
Google has also added a new app to the Play Store, called “AdBlock Plus,” that allows users to set a blacklist of sites that will be blocked from accessing the Play store, as long as the apps are not hosted on the Google Play Store.
Google has also rolled out a new set of ads-blocking filters, called AdBlock Plus, that allow users the ability to block websites that display ads.
The changes come just weeks after Google announced that it was launching a new ad-tracking tool, called adblocker.
The new filters are expected to be available later this week, and some users may be able to use the filters to block specific sites and ads based only on the ads they see.