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Finally Surfing Without Nerves Again: IPhone App Simply Kills Exasperating Cookie Queries


Surfing in the browser is becoming less and less fun. The GDPR cookie banners cause annoying click orgies, especially on devices with narrower displays, such as the iPhone. The Safari extension Hush ensures a trouble-free web again.
For some time now, cookie banners have had to be displayed even larger and more prominently. Before using a page, you always have to make a decision as to which cookies may be used and confirm these options accordingly.
Even if there is a good idea behind it, the verdict will probably make surfing even more complicated - but there is an open source tool that can help you cope with the flood of banners.

Hush Nag Blocker for Safari 1.0.4

With the Safari extension Hush you can block annoying cookie and newsletter requests on websites.

Hush removes cookie warnings on iPhone, iPad, macOS

The Hush extension for Safari removes cookie notices. If you too are tired of confirming every time that you have taken note of the fact that the pages you visit regularly use cookies, there is a quick and easy solution.
The Safari extension "Hush" is available free of charge and makes the warnings disappear immediately. To do this, install the app and activate the content blocker "Hush" in the iOS settings under "Safari". By the way: "Hush" also works under macOS.

Hush Nag Blocker for Safari 1.0.4

With the Safari extension Hush you can block annoying cookie and newsletter requests on websites.

Cookie blocker for Windows

With the browser extension " I don't care about cookies ", which is also free , you get a cookie blocker that works in a very similar way, also for the desktop PC. The add-on can be downloaded free of charge for both Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome , and the warnings disappear immediately.