It tracks you, it can run malicious code in your browser, it blocks content with annoying popups, and it breaks lots of websites.
With no.js, available for iOS, with only two taps you can:
- Prevent client-side trackers
- Prevent execution of malicious client-side code
- Prevent popups, including many paywalls
- Prevent websites from breaking, including annoying scrolljacking business that breaks basic browser functionality
no.js doesn't track anything. At all. URLs you share with no.js remain entirely on device, as does any browsing you do in the app.