Pop-ups are one of the biggest culprits, and they’re much more annoying on mobile, as opposed to the desktop. For one, they often take over the whole screen. And two, it’s not exactly convenient swiping them away with your fingers, unlike on a PC with a mouse. Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers across desktop, mobile, and tablet combined and to block pop-ups with Chrome, simply follow these steps. Of course, none of the methods are completely fool-proof, so some pop-ups will inevitably squeeze their way in.
How to Block Pop-Ups in Chrome on iPhone/ iPad
- Open Chrome.
- Tap the three vertical dot menu button in the top-right corner.
- Choose Settings > Content settings > Block Pop-ups.
- Turn on the toggle to allow pop-ups, or turn it off to block pop-ups.
Also Read: How to Block Pop-Ups in Chrome on Computer