With the introduction of the ad blocking feature in iOS 9 in the app store App Store, a new category of apps has emerged whose sole purpose is to block advertisements on websites in Safari. Handblock is one such application. Basically, Handblock is an extension for the mobile version of Safari that controls the display of contextual and teaser ads, pop-ups and other types of advertisements. It is installed as usual iOS – an application with an icon on the desktop iPhone and iPad. By clicking on the icon, you are taken to the blocker settings. Here you can manage the white and black list of sites (only delete), as well as instructions on how to activate and operate the application. In order for the blocker to work, it must be enabled in the settings iPhone and iPad in the 'Safari' -> 'Content blocking rules' menu. After that Handblock will start blocking ads in Safari on all visited websites. In case Handblock has blocked the content you need or you want to reward the owner of your favorite site and not disable ads on it, the blocker has a white list. You can add a site to the 'Whitelist' via the standard Safari 'Share' menu. You must first activate Handblock in 'Actions'. As practice has shown, the ad blocker copes well with contextual advertising Google AdSense and Yandex.Direct, as well as annoying pop-up windows of other ad networks. Advertising blocks are gracefully cut from the page and nothing interferes with viewing the useful content for which the visitor came. Handblock is not free and costs 119 rubles – in my opinion, it's not at all expensive for such a useful application in everyday life. From iPhone – GPS.ru: Please add the site iphone-gps.ru to the whitelist in Handblock and in others used on your iPhone or iPad, blockers.