How to remove ads from Android apps

Not everyone can buy every thing they like, that’s a fact. Some of them end up using a cracked version, illegal version to be precise. Others, who respect the law and developer’s efforts, prefer to use the free alternative instead. Of course, you can’t expect that everything a paid app has can be found in a free app. If it becomes true, the premium apps won’t survive. Also, most of the applications in Google Play are free. Have you ever thought how will they make money? Well, nobody cares. If you’re one of them, keep reading and block the only source of their income. That’s rude, right?

I know sometimes the Free Android Apps are screen spammed with advertisements which many users find annoying. Even some apps become a little less than unusable due to these ads. Almost 80% of the free app market is filled with bunch-load of annoying ads.

There is a simple method to Block and remove ads from Android apps. The only requirement for this tutorial is a rooted Android device. This method doesn’t work with non-rooted devices. If you don’t know how to do it, refer to this article to learn how to root Android device. Also, we have some posts dedicated to rooting.

How to remove ads from Android apps

Method to Disable Ads on Android Apps

  • AdAway is a tailor-fit app to block ads from Android Apps. You can Download and Install AdAway here
  • After having the above app installed, Open it. If you are running it for the first time, It prompts to download some external files and enable ad blocking, Click OK
  • It automatically downloads the required files and tweaks your Android Device to block the ads.
  • After the download process is completed, Restart your Android Device and have fun with Ad-Free Apps

If you know some other method to block ads on Android apps, do let us know in your comments below.

3 thoughts on “How to Remove Ads from Android Apps

  • June 20, 2012 at 4:52 pm
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    Well one should not encourage to use this app and should respect the work of developer. If you are really annoyed of the ads then better get a paid version.

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    • June 20, 2012 at 7:23 pm
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      Ads on Android or intrusive. Ideally ad should be unobtrusive, and should never be placed in a position where we accidentally click them.
      Placing in a visible position is one thing, and having them in a position to get a click is other thing.

      Most apps place the ads near the back and menu buttons, where there is less visibility and more chances of accidental clicks. Nobody would look for an app like this if they placed the ads at the top where the userflow isn’t disturbed.

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    • June 21, 2012 at 4:44 pm
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      Well, I agree with you, As Satish said, click jacking is rather annoying, which isn’t a fair deal with the advertisers anyway.

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