Google wants non-paying YouTube viewers to turn off ad blockers or subscribe to YouTube Premium in a new test that cuts folks off after just three videos.
Following several months of delays, Netflix's ad-supported subscription tier can now be enjoyed in the tvOS Netflix app on Apple's set-top box.
YouTube keeps track of what videos you watch, like, comment on, ads you click, searches you do, and more. Using this, they build and customize your profile for useful recommendations and targeted ads you're most likely to interact with.
However, if you don't want YouTube to save your history and track you, you can quickly turn off this feature and disable personalized ads. In this guide, we will help you do that on your iPhone, iPad, or computer.
iOS developer PoomSmart is back again this week with another couple of YouTube app improvement jailbreak tweaks, carrying the names of YouTube X and YTUnShorts.
Apple won't start showing significantly more iPhone ads. Also, Apple a few years back apparently stopped a project to inject ads into Spotlight search results.
Paying the lowest price for Netflix means enduring five minutes of 15-30 second ads every hour and watching shows in a lower resolution with no offline downloads.
Microsoft is boosting advertising in its mobile Outlook email client, with free users seeing more email-like ads at the top of their inboxes than ever before.
As Apple allegedly works to expand its advertising business, people will reportedly start seeing search ads on Apple Maps as soon as 2023.
Apple has internally tested Maps search ads. Moreover, the company could bring advertising to its other preinstalled iPhone apps, such as Books and Podcasts.
With the iPhone 13 doing particularly well this summer, Apple's aired two new ads highlighting the device's durability and water resistance.
Apple's new commercial, focused on the durability of its Apple Watch Series 7, arrives weeks ahead of a rumored rugged model that should launch in the fall.
Data brokers are targeted in a new iPhone privacy ad from Apple which warns viewers pretty bluntly that their data is being sold without consent.