Crystal Ad block is a featured Chrome extension by tatumtacey90. It has 4,000,000+ weekly active users and an average rating of 4.41. Crystal Ad block is similar to AdBlock Max - ad blocker and uBlock Pro - #1 Adblocker. The latest version is 1.3.9 and was updated 7 months ago. Crystal Ad block is available in English and 47 other languages. Within Chrome Web Store, its overall ranking is #81.
Crystal Ad block requires a lot of risky permissions and is not safe to use. Avoid installing
unless you absolutely trust this publisher.
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Crystal Ad block is very likely to contain malware and
should not be trusted. Avoid installing.
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One day I downloaded a new game. As soon as I started playing, a lot of ads appeared. Poryskav on the Internet, I found that there is an extension Crystal Ad block, immediately downloaded. I launch the game to check. Not a single banner, not a single damn sign! Joy knew no bounds. Now any ads in games are blocked and I'm just happy. I think those who love to play will understand me.
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