Dave’s article applies mostly to the Mac, but one reviewed ad blocker and tracker blocker also has an iOS version.
What you get is peace of mind, fewer ads that can annoy and track you online, none of the pop up ads, fewer visual distractions, and for Mac notebook, iPhone, and iPad users, longer battery life, faster website page load times, and less bandwidth usage.
He also makes a case for how the Villagers’ websites work better than other websites you read.
Ads, but no trackers. Content, but no cookies. Fast, but no analytics. The end result is what you came to NoodleMac to see in the first place. Content, displayed quickly and efficiently, and with no background noise or anything else to suck up your time.