AdBlock for Microsoft Edge Is Growing Rapidly
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2016
AdBlock today announced that it has surpassed 1 million downloads on the Microsoft Edge browser since it became available this summer.
“AdBlock was one of the first two extensions made available to Microsoft Edge users at launch, and we have been exceptionally excited with how well it has resonated with users,” said Matthew Maier, Chief Executive Officer of AdBlock. “As people become increasingly focused on having a web browsing experience that is private, secure and free from intrusive ads, AdBlock is a valuable tool to ensure people can surf the web without having to be concerned about their privacy and security.”
Microsoft is committed to providing customers with a personalized web experience and supporting a vibrant community of developer innovation on top of the browser, which is why bringing extensions such as AdBlock to Microsoft Edge continues to be a high priority.
AdBlock has been available for Microsoft Edge users since August of this year. With more than 1 million downloads in the past few months, it has quickly become one of Microsoft Edge’s most popular extensions. Based on hundreds of reviews from users, AdBlock has been consistently rolling out new features and improvements to keep up with user requests for new functionality.
- Click to download AdBlock for Microsoft Edge: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/adblock/9nblggh4rfhk
- Click to download the Microsoft Edge browser: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48126
- Visit Adblock to learn more: http://www.getadblock.com
AdBlock is a small team that services tens of millions of users. Our flagship product, available since 2009, is one of the world’s most popular browser extensions, which was created to give users complete control over their online browsing experience. Users across the world have downloaded AdBlock more than 200 million times, and our products work in all major browsers, including Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Apple’s iOS store.
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