iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch)
Yes! But only on 64-bit devices with iOS 9 or later. Apple decided that 32-bit architecture devices aren't fast enough to deliver a good customer experience with content blocking (new in iOS 9). That means you'll need an iPhone 5s or newer, iPad mini 2 or newer, iPad Air or iPad Air 2, or at least a sixth generation iPod Touch to use AdBlock in Safari.
No. Mobile versions of Chrome don't support browser extensions.
Samsung Internet browser
Yes! As of version 6.2, Samsung's Internet browser runs on all Android 5.0 and later devices.
You can find AdBlock for Samsung Internet Browser (the one by BetaFish Inc; accept no substitutes!) in the Google Play store. Here's how to install it.
Need help determining which version of Android is running on your device? (Not sure which device you have? While you're in your system settings > about phone page, find your model number and enter it in your favorite search engine to identify the phone or tablet model, manufacturer, and carrier.)
Yes! You can find AdBlock for Firefox in the Mozilla Add-ons Store on your mobile device.
Microsoft Edge is getting a makeover. Soon Microsoft will unveil a brand-new Chromium-based Edge. When that happens, Chrome extensions should run just fine in Edge. Like other developers, we're monitoring the situation closely.
Other browsers, including Chrome
Chrome on Android doesn't support browser extensions, and we don't support any of the browsers that do.
Bonus tip: If you can't use AdBlock, you may have other options
We have some suggestions for other ways to block ads on a mobile device!