Tapped on something useful while searching through Google on your phone or tablet and start reading that content. Trying to understand the content and suddenly pop-up literary pops up and spoils your mood.

Must have experienced this time and again and got irritated as well. Now no more irritation due to pop-ups because I am now going to let you know how you can block pop-ups on Android phone. Believe me; it is very easy to stop pop-ups on Android then you must be wondering. So ahead to learn the process.

How to Stop Pop Ups on Android Phone

Step #1. Launch Chrome on your Android phone and then tap on the three vertical dots on the top right corner of your screen.

Step #2. Tap on Settings and then scroll down to Site settings option and tap on it.

Step #3. Now again scroll down and find Pop-ups option to tap on it.

Step #4. You will then see a toggle switch which is ON, all you need to do is to turn the toggle OFF.

There is one more option available if you wish to block pop-ups aggressively. Because like desktop version, the smartphone unit of Chrome do not work with any problem, you may not mind downloading Ghostery browser on your smartphone which will block pop-ups with further aggression.

How to Block Pop Ups on Android using Ghostery browser App

Step #1. Launch Ghostery on your Android phone and then tap on three vertical dots on the top right of your screen.

Step #2. Next, Tap on Setting Cog icon.

Step #3. Tap on Block Pop-ups option and no pop-up will bother you again.

Step #4. You may also try this path Ghostery → Tracker Blocking Options → Select Block Everything, and this will aggressively block everything, which you don’t want.

Although unlike blocking push notifications in Chrome on Android, no pop-up blocking is 100% proof, these two are the best options we have to reduce your irritation to the minimum level.

Hope you liked our tutorial on how you can stop pop-ups on Android. We would like to hear from you about your experience on how the two methods mentioned above helped you to block pop-ups on your Android smartphone. You can give your feedback in the comments section.