30blw wrote:I have the same problem running iOS version 9.3.2. Please reply.
smed79 wrote:30blw wrote:I have the same problem running iOS version 9.3.2. Please reply.
Adblock Plus app for Safari works only on iPhone 5s and newer devices with iOS 9 and 64 bit memory.
Unfortunately, there is no way to tell the App Store to only show the app to 64-bit devices (the only distinctions are by major iOS version and by iPad vs. iPod/iPhone), so if you are running a 32-bit iOS device with iOS9+, you will see the app in the store and even obtain it, but installation will fail.30blw wrote:Reiterating, I am running iOS version 9.3.2 on a "newer" iPad and on a iPhone 5C. This is not operator error.smed79 wrote:Adblock Plus app for Safari works only on iPhone 5s and newer devices with iOS 9 and 64 bit memory.30blw wrote:I have the same problem running iOS version 9.3.2. Please reply.
Pluser wrote:Then why does it says that it's compatible with iPhone 4S in a description on the Appstore? I have iPhone 4S with iOS 9.3.3 and I get "incompatible device" message when trying to install.
lewisje wrote:there is no way to tell the App Store to only show the app to 64-bit devices
Hels wrote:I have an iPad with IOS9.3 and I cannot download any adblocker Ap - I just get this incompatible message every time - help!
Weblock is a one-time payment, and it allows you to set up a custom Proxy-Autoconfig file that you can use with other devices too; the developer of that app, FutureMind, also makes a FakeVPN-style adblocker called Adblock, which is also a one-time payment.john21wall wrote:I have Weblock, which is running on my iPod touch 5 with iOS 9
Can't recall if it is paid or was free, or if they have a trial, but it works.
it does work by running your connection through a proxy that blocks the ad servers, and some hotspots will not allow that, so you may want to consider that if you decide to try it
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