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I have an iPad 3 with iOS 8.3; I wonder if there is some software/tool that allows to install Adblock and how to enable it on Safari (if I can of course).

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    I use something called Adguard Pro on my iPhone/iPad. It requires a minimum of iOS 9, though, which your iPad 3 can run. – IconDaemon May 30 '17 at 16:41
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There are apps which aren't content blockers, but which rather install a VPN on your device and route your traffic through this to block ads. This is still supported on devices which don't support content blockers.


For other devices which do support content blockers on iOS 9, there are many options available.

To add a content blocker, install it from the App Store, then choose Settings → Safari → Content Blockers and enable the content blocker. For apps which do not use content blockers, see the app itself for installation instructions.

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  • Safari content blockers require a device with a 64-bit SoC, of which the iPad 3 isn’t. So fake-VPN apps, and third-party browsers with built-in ad-blockers seem like the only solutions. – user11633 May 30 '17 at 18:57
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    @Phong Thanks, edited my answer, I should have remembered this since I have an iPad 2 with iOS 9 but no content blockers! – grg May 30 '17 at 18:59

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