Norton Ad Blocker: Browse faster. Eliminate ads.

Norton Ad Blocker: Browse faster. Eliminate ads.

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-10-24
  • Current Version: 1.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 13.08 MB
  • Developer: Symantec
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • Rating Count: 3 759


Say goodbye to ads on your phone. Online ads are always a distraction — especially when you’re browsing on your phone. Norton Ad Blocker, from the makers of award-winning Norton Security, helps you: ● Block ads and online trackers when you the surf the Web ● Get content faster ● Banish bandwidth-hogging ads ● Eliminate distracting ad clutter ● Extend your mobile device’s battery life ● Keep your privacy: Your browsing history is never shared with Norton ● Support your favorite sites using ad-blocking exceptions System Requirements Requires iOS 9.0 or later and Safari browser. Not available for iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Mini 1, or iPod touch 5th Gen. -------------------------------------------------- TRUST SYMANTEC Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ: SYMC) is an information protection expert that helps people, businesses and governments seeking the freedom to unlock the opportunities technology brings anytime, anywhere. Founded in April 1982, Symantec, a Fortune 500 company, operating one of the largest global data-intelligence networks, has provided leading security, backup and availability solutions for where vital information is stored, accessed and shared. The company's more than 19,000 employees reside in more than 50 countries. Ninety-nine percent of Fortune 500 companies are Symantec customers. In fiscal 2015, it recorded revenues of $6.5 billion. To learn more go to or connect with Symantec at: PRIVACY POLICY Symantec respects the privacy of our users and carefully safeguards personal data. For more information:



  • Not too bad so far!

    By Mike in Lugoff, SC
    Just joined so can’t give honest review yet but we’ll see how things go in the future. Mike in Lugoff,SC

    By Erty1222
  • I’m done with pop-up ads!

    By chmrhp
    While not 100%, the pop-iPad blocker is a huge step forward!
  • mr nick

    By pls ready and fix
    wow best ad block
  • Wilson enjoying

    By Wilson Stansfield
    It’s a little good it might help a little
  • It works!

    By AFBlues
    App does as advertised
  • Works

    By Cellcustomer
    Does the job.
  • Best App in the store !

    By zorch890
    Nice to see no ads I was having some ads slipping thru after I updated my phone but I turned the ad blocker on and off after an hour or so I noticed ads were gone other then that it works great
  • So far this is working GREAT!

    By XQKLG
    Wow, what a surprise! Used to having half the screen covered with ‘distractions’ now ‘poof’ their gone! OMG, IT’s WONDERFUL! THAMK YOU!
  • Worked right away.

    By parkerj7uc
    Kept getting pop ups and this fixed it instantly. Free and a known name. Can’t beat it.
  • Setup flawed

    By ajhook53
    No Restrictions under General
  • Love this application

    By shelia 35
    I love the fact that I can block annoying ads. This app is perfect
  • Excellent!

    By @geraldeggert
    Block those ads!!
  • Really good so far

    By Guy that likes no ads
    This app has a helped a lot with the speed of my browsing and I highly recommend this app to anyone.
  • Feedback email not functional

    By e092786
    Adblocker created an exception for Facebook and other marketing sites that I didn’t create. When I tried to follow the app instructions to turn off the exceptions, it didn’t work. Other sites, like Google, can’t be blocked at all following the app instructions. When I tried to send feedback using the address provided in the site, it blocked my email (Outlook could not deliver despite correct address). Still getting ads everywhere
  • Scam

    By fortnite1186
    It does not work, when I turn on my WiFi the ads still pop up. What a waste of time!
  • Scam, doesn’t work

    By CamaroSSRS
    Only interested in selling your private info to ad’sters......scam
  • Failings

    By Orchids Alabama
    App works very well for adblocking in Safari on my iPad. But it doesn’t work in Words With Friends 2. Seems that Google ads bypass the blocker altogether.
  • It Works!

    By Steve Izant
    For those of you that have complaints about the screening / block process, get over it. Have a better app? Go ahead and propose it!
  • A must-have app!

    By AYosifov
    Works as advertised! Haven’t experienced any issues so far. Definitely improves the browsing experience. With ads becoming increasingly aggressive, and annoying, a proper ad-blocking app is a must.
  • Works

    By RiccoV
    Nuff said.
  • It blocks ads

    By Mean spirited homophobic biget
    I mean it worked... what else do I say.
  • Great app

    By Pattishan79
    Works great, uses data tho, so turn it off at night. May have to delete and reinstall to make it work again, but it blocks all the ads
  • Just get it

    By Miss class
    The best app for add blocking
  • No longer working

    By Allaiya
    This was good for awhile but now it has stopped working. I have had several pop ups and websites redirected and unable to go back to the original webpage. I checked to make sure it was on & up to date, which it was. So I will have to get another ad blocker.
  • I like this app it works good on my other iPads

    By hammondorganman
    This is a good app
  • Thumbs up

    By Strauss67
    Great app, works as advertised.
  • Doesn’t work for me

    By BenGonzo95
    Whenever I load a webpage it still shows a bunch of ads if not more than it did before I had the ad blocker and then after a few seconds causes safari to crash. On to the next one
  • Goodby ads

    By Laderbilt
    Finally one can browse the web without those pesky ads from companies popping up with no end for things you don’t need thank you Norton well done
  • Good

    By mosarita
    Is good
  • Just downloaded it

    By RyanSarra
    I just downloaded the app and found that it is VERY HELPFUL in blocking ads and other pop ups. I would give this app 10 stars if I could.
  • Norton ad blocker

    By Nickmayne89
    It keeps my phone secure and safe.
  • Must have App to block unwanted ads

    By Bubbamad
    Used to get those nasty “You’ve won a free amazon gift card” pop up ads on various websites, the ones that won’t go away until you accept them or exit Safari. Since I downloaded the Norton Ad Blocker App and started using it, I’ve had absolutely zero of those pop ups. I strongly recommend this app for anyone with an iPhone or iPad.
  • Ads out of control

    By Mitchin07
    You try give advertisers a hand, and they take an arm, a leg and part of the cerebellum.
  • Best ad blocker for your phone

    By Chantraine1975
    I know companies have to make money but sometimes it’s just ridiculous how many ads there are. In this instance, Norton ad blocker can help you out. It’s not perfect but for the price of FREE, it’s really good. I like how it will block those hijack ads that try to take you to their website. Give this app a try, it’s well worth it.
  • Doesn’t do enough

    By AK-Bill
    What is really needed is a blocker that will block all the Google (and other) supported adds that pop up in games, news feeds, and other apps. Blocking adds in Safari is good, but doesn’t go far enough.
  • Ads

    By b6g5t73
    Great way to block unwanted ads
  • Blocker

    By Misd Rob
    Great!!!!! There is a time and place fir everything, but sometimes I don’t need to see all of the sdvertisements! Thsnk you!
  • I like Ad Blocker on my i phone!

    By Yvonne W. Parr
    So for it saves me time except for games!
  • Only for Safari browser.

    By Rhenellen
    I don’t use Safari as a browser. If you’re a Chrome user like me, this is useless. It also doesn’t block the ads on other apps from I can tell.
  • This actually works!

    By Joel the Rose
    Now I can go to my Automobile website and no ads. Amazing!
  • Love it

    By Sol E Tare
    So glad this was offered. Now, if I can only get rid of the robo calls.
  • Amazing

    By AHomelessTurtle
    Easy to set up and can simply forget about it and enjoy the benifts. Blocks pop ups, ads, and by doing so can prevent unintentional viruses and just give a cleaner look to a website. Amazing app
  • Finally, some peace and quiet

    By Wandy One
    No more, “You’re the Lucky Winner!” pop-ups. Thanks, Norton.
  • 5/5

    By lilbedhead420
    So far, so good!
  • Highfyingboy51

    By Highflyingboy51
    Perfectly made by genius! I like it and it saves time!
  • Working fine

    By #1 big orange
    Very good app
  • It works awesome

    By A. Jakupi
    This app works perfect. It blocks all website adds! Tested on some websites with the feature off and then on and I can say for sure it works!
  • Bad Firewall Needs Features

    By inkstainedwretch ,retd.
    A GOOD firewall allows you to lock/allow each separate Internet protocol on either/both incoming /outgoing Internet connections on each of 1024 ports. So I can allow updates to programs and block ads. Or allow e-mail outbound from ine account, only inbound on another. Or allow e-mail only on a provider’s alternative port. Unfortunately, Norton, a Grand Old Name in the security game, has provided only “appliance” grade security on My Phone. For Most Users that’s enough. But my first PC was a 10-year-old DEC PDP-8, acquired in 1975! I am security conscious and “not any appliance user” (an appliance user is the general public, someone who knows not the workings of any of the kitchen’s “white goods” and replaces a microwave oven rather than the fuse that requires removal of 4 screws, and the electric oven when a calrod burns out. Who doesn’t understand how a ‘fridge makes things cold or how the computer component of a “smartphone” works. Ignorance keeps me in free year-old kitchen appliances, picked up on the street; even “slow” computers that fly under Linux. But Norton should supply advanced settings -if Apple will allow them, for those of us who are calling on the FTC to break the Apple Store lock, that lets the company provide only a watered-down Firefox and violates US v Microsoft and doesn’t let us select an “alternative” default browser. Now there may be only a few of us left who “build” PCs from components or modify PC components to do as we wish them to do. But Norton should live up to the tradition of the Norton DOS utility sets and early security programs. Note: there’s no malware scan for things that get in through the e-mail on your phone, either.