As you know, the new version of the Safari browser that is integrated in iOS 9, began to support the extension allows you to block unwanted content — banners, promotional images, links, pop-UPS and other material. And although the final release of the new platform will take place only in the fall developer named Chris Aleady already demonstrated the capabilities of the browser.
The author of the popular extensions uBlock showed mobile ad blocker called Purify. Developed blocks surveillance, all advertisements, animated images and other unwanted content. At the time of release in the app will also appear on the exceptions list for those who want to support their favourite online resources.
To enable blocking of content, the plug-in provides Safari JSON file that contains the filter rules. The browser will convert a JSON file into byte code and applies it to all downloadable sites. Back to the browser plugin no information passes. That is, the developer is unable to determine which sites a user opens.
If not Apple will vote against the extension of this kind, Purify can be downloaded in the App Store this fall.
It is worth noting that the former top-Manager of Google Ben Barokas last week unveiled the technology “antiblockiersystem” advertising Sourcepoint, designed to help publishers not to lose money from using AdBlock. The announcement took place a week after it became known about the decision of Apple to include support for the extensions to lock the content in Safari in iOS 9.