1Blocker Website Inspector allows you to detect number of ads and trackers on a page, analyze content size and loading time, as well as estimate 1Blocker effect in Safari. See for yourself how many ad networks and analytics providers build deep profiles about you across the web.
Using 1Blocker you can also block these ads and tracking scripts in Safari. In addition to ad blocking, you can also block comments, various social widgets, share buttons, obtrusive EU cookie law notices, custom web fonts, adult sites, and more.
Note: an additional install of 1Blocker Extension is recommended in order to block content in Safari.
- Added a new rule type called "Make HTTPS" which will secure your requests. Here’s how it works: it changes a URL from HTTP to HTTPS before making a request to website server. URLs with a specified port (other than the default port 80) and links using other protocols are not affected.
- Fixed GitHub comments
- Fixed YouTube history not being saved
- Fixed 9to5mac ads
- Fixed broken DHL package tracking page
- Fixed VOX and Verge cookie warning
- Fixed Whitelist rule removal
- Renamed our Safari extension 1Blocker Menu to 1Blocker Button, makes more sense now
- Numerous other bug fixes and general performance improvements.
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor