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Betts1964

hi,

 

Is there a way to block ads from yahoo email app which is free? i think there is a pro version you have to pay a monthly fee which  i dont want to do.

 

 

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hush

Using an ad blocker, I don't see any ads in yahoo mail. Please try.

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Betts1964
13 minutes ago, hush said:

Using an ad blocker, I don't see any ads in yahoo mail. Please try.

I use adguard premium and I still get them.

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Betts1964
3 minutes ago, hush said:

I am using AdGuard.

It is at the very top THANKS FOR THE FEEDBACK. GO AD FREE. Do you see that? If not, how do I get rid of it?

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Jerry

right click the icon in system tray goto tools and open filter editor and disable anything about yahoo then see what happens

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Betts1964
3 minutes ago, Jerry said:

right click the icon in system tray goto tools and open filter editor and disable anything about yahoo then see what happens

I NEVER HEARD OF ANYTHING LIKE THIS ON ANDROID.

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Jerry
3 hours ago, Betts1964 said:

I NEVER HEARD OF ANYTHING LIKE THIS ON ANDROID.

I dont know about android but it works on a pc 

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The AchieVer

Free Yahoo Mail service delivers ads alongside your messages. You are able to hide individual ads one at a time, but you aren't able to hide all the ads in Yahoo Mail unless you subscribe to a Yahoo Mail Pro account.

 

Regards

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Betts1964
2 hours ago, The AchieVer said:

Free Yahoo Mail service delivers ads alongside your messages. You are able to hide individual ads one at a time, but you aren't able to hide all the ads in Yahoo Mail unless you subscribe to a Yahoo Mail Pro account.

 

Regards

That is what I thought.

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