- Dec 11, 2010
AdBlock app is working great on my iPad. Fixed the problem.
Well, then you haven't yet tried a good ad-block extension.It’s not an ad, it’s browser hijacking malicious code in the sites files. The admin of this site needs to check his files.
For an apple device, the only fix I know of is to press the x e the page is loading. Wait for the content to load, once it does, quickly hit x before the page stops loading. It’s a pain in the butt, but only work around that keeps me from winning the grand prize constantly.
Don't waste your $, it's not necessary. There's enough great open-source or free software to do the trick.Tried Adblock Paid the $2 and STILL GETTING FRIGGIN ADS!!
Edited: it doesn’t go to the page now but it still redirects.
Nice...you know, pick what works for you. There's alternatives, some better than others. Both open-source and closed-source.How do you turn on Adblock in safari?
A fix would be appreciated.
EDIT- Downloaded adguard app (adblock had some bad features), and seems to work.