Ghostery, which provides, among other things, browser extensions that help find and block ads and trackers from around the web, has announced its intention to release an extension for Microsoft's Edge web browser. The extension is currently in testing, and there is no timeline for release just yet.
From Ghostery on Twitter:
@ZarlieV Yes! We have it in QA/Beta now. I don't have a release time frame though.@ZarlieV Yes! We have it in QA/Beta now. I don't have a release time frame though.— Ghostery (@Ghostery) May 12, 2016May 12, 2016
Ghostery currently offers extensions for Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera. People are able to customize their experiences with Ghostery, controlling what types of items are blocked, such as ads, trackers, and social widgets, and the sites on which those items are blocked.
Thanks to Zarlie for the tip!
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