extension ExtPose

Amazon Ad Blocker

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Description from extension meta

Opens Amazon and Blocks all ads and sponsored products.

Image from store Amazon Ad Blocker
Description from store Click on the chrome extension icon to open Amazon. Amazon ad blocker removes all ads and sponsored products of the largest e-commerce store.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-01-29) Ryan Deal: Removes sponsored ads without removing the rest. I second Shaun stating, "Works as advertised, unlike most."
  • (2020-12-17) Rayna Kuzio: It does not work.
  • (2020-10-25) David Burkhart: This extension makes browsing sorted search results is soooo much easier.
  • (2020-10-22) thomas butler: It really does do a good job of filtering out most of the "sponsored" crud that Amazon floods the search results with. Watch out Amazon because after Google, the DOJ has you in its crosshairs.
  • (2020-09-09) Garrett Tolle: Absolutely works fantastically! I was getting so peeved at the 'sponsored product' tag still being included despite being blocked by my other blockers. It made scrolling an absolute chore. https://i.imgur.com/EgfAK9K.png I'm not sure why the corsair result I cut off at the bottom mysteriously disappeared from the other test... :thinking:. Maybe it was a hidden sponsored review :o
  • (2020-09-01) Ram Krishan Charan: Makes amazon experience 10000% better, specially when you do any type of sorting
  • (2020-08-21) Gabriel Breiling: Yeah, was really annoying seeing half the screen with stuff I didn't want. Lowest price searching doesn't make me want to throw my computer out the window like a bad 80's infomercial anymore. Does add reference links, volume of sales would be reported I think, but nothing personally identifying. It's honest money for a solid free service.
  • (2020-08-13) Damian Foreman: Works ok, but doesn't get everything. For example, if I search for "Eneloop", I get only eneloop batteries shown. If instead search for "rechargeable aa batteries", I get a variety and a large full width banner in the middle of the listings promoting energizer. It is a similar situation searching for "Lego" vs "Building Toys". These full width ads have video that plays and its very annoying.
  • (2020-07-13) Richard Wangly: Great, when it works. Like a previous reviewer, I had issues getting it to work with the .CA website - clicking the extension loads a new .CO.UK page instead. After giving the extension access to the .CA site explicitly, it works fine for me with no intervention - but I cannot get it to work on another user's computer no matter how much I mess with it, and clicking on the extension brings them to .COM. There does not seem to be any way to contact the developer.
  • (2020-04-11) Will Bevins: When searching on Amazon, it's now so much easier to find what I wanted in the first place. This extension instantly turned off Amazon's default "Greed" setting for sponsored ads (please pardon my sarcasm, but I installed this extension out of frustration with Amazon for cluttering my searches with items that had nothing to do with my search terms).
  • (2020-04-04) Grzegorz Gawlowski: The only one that seems to be working as per April 2020.
  • (2020-03-18) Stefano Benvenuto: Working like a charm! Hope to see the it on Firefox too!
  • (2020-03-08) Cédric: Way too more aggressive... Hide most of the page... Useless...
  • (2019-12-11) Malte Kaule: Awesome!
  • (2019-11-15) Dale Mulcahy: It works, but it also inserts a referrer's link. I don't have a problem with that, but it should be disclosed in the Overview.
  • (2019-11-13) Blue Chan: On general expectations, it seems to work except it's own built in icon when clicked always goes to the Amazon.UK site as a default and I have to change the <dot> UK back to my prefered <dot> CA for us Canadians. It would be nice if there was a setting to either let us choose the default country/site or if the extension would include location data so it knows where it should go. Because I use the Extensity extension to handle/control all my extensions. I now simply go to my preferred Amazon site, then in Extensity turn on the Amazon Ad Blocker and reload the page to force it to work.
  • (2019-08-28) Nikolay Akimov: Wow. This is amazing! Now I can find stuff!
  • (2019-08-03) Shaun McCarthy: Works as advertised, unlike most.
  • (2019-05-07) OC-K1NG: One that actually works!
  • (2019-03-24) Julius Ukanis: Exceptionally good! Thank you :)


4,277 history
4.5 (23 votes)
Last update / version
2020-02-21 / 1.7
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