Are you getting annoying pop-ups on Google Chrome? Many websites use them to collect leads and share attractive discounts. But their frequent appearance will affect the user experience.
In this guide, you will see how to stop pop-ups on Chrome for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android devices.
How to Block Pop-ups on Chrome? (Windows & Mac)
By default, Google Chrome blocks pop-ups on all websites. But make sure you do not accidentally change the setting.
This is how you can enable or disable pop-ups on Chrome,
Open Google Chrome on Windows or Mac. Tap three-dots icon from the top right corner of your screen.
Choose Settings. A new page will open with autofill and privacy settings. Locate Site Settings under Privacy and Security menu.
Open it. Scroll-down through the next page to view content settings. Click Pop-ups and redirects.
Then, you will get a screen like this.
Select ‘Don’t allow sites to send pop-ups and redirects’ to stop pop-up windows on Chrome. If you want to get pop ups from certain websites, scroll down and add it to your allowed list. Thereafter, Chrome will serve pop-up on the selected website only. It will automatically block them on other sites.
Google Chrome users can also use pop-up blockers to prevent annoying pop-ups and overlays that affect your browsing experience.
Poper Blocker is the best among them. It is an advanced pop-up blocker to stop spam on sites. When you open a link, it checks through URL database to find disturbing offer notifications, subscription forms, etc. and block them from loading.
How to Block Pop-Ups on Chrome? (Android & iOS)
Open Google Chrome on your mobile or tablet.
Click three-dots icon from the top-right corner. Choose Settings from the menu.
Find and open site settings.
Visit Pop-ups and redirects. If it is showing the status as allowed, it means that Chrome pop-ups on all sites.
Drag the toggle button to the left to block pop-ups on Chrome.
Done. You’ve successfully stopped serving pop-ups and screen overlays on Google Chrome for Android and iOS devices.