Google rolling out a new tool against annoying ads
Everybody hates Annoying Ads loaded websites when user open these kind of website. In computers it could be handle but while these annoying ads open in mobile phones then it become worse to everyone. Sometimes people scared because of annoying ads activities like phone vibrating itself, strange sounds, unable to access other features etc. In the case of Google ads, these are not too much annoying but still google care about the users choice and rolling out a new tool that will enable users to mute reminder ads in apps and on websites that partner with the company to show the ads. These tool would be much helpful to stop annoying ads activities over user’s device. Google plans to expand the new tool to control ads on YouTube, Search, and Gmail in the coming months, Jon Krafcik, group product manager for data privacy and transparency wrote in a blog post on Thursday.
Jon Krafcik, group product manager for data privacy and transparency at Google, said:
“You visit Snow Boot Co’s website, add a pair of boots to your shopping cart, but you don’t buy them because you want to keep looking around. The next time that you’re shopping online, Snow Boot Co might show you ads that encourage you to come back to their site and buy those boots”.
Also he said “Reminder ads like these can be useful, but if you aren’t shopping for Snow Boot Co’s boots anymore, then you don’t need a reminder about them. A new control within Ads Settings will enable you to mute Snow Boot Co’s reminder ads.”
The new feature is an addition to Google’s ad-muting tools that have been around since 2012 that allow users to hide specific unwanted ads or advertisers. But there are several different ads publisher website companies that could be create a new idea to publish annoying ads in user device. These kinds of things sometimes are not detected by any ad-blocking tool systems. Because these companies just want revenue from user’s device by illegal way, they don’t care about people what they like or not. But still we hope, soon these kind of stuff could be completely blocked someday by someone or a any company.