Roadblock for Mac
A content blocker lets you control what web content should and shouldn't load, what is visible on webpages, and who can track you.
A content blocker can help you focus on the content that you care about, protect your privacy and security, improve webpage load time, and reduce Internet data usage.
Roadblock works on macOS Mojave (10.14.6) or above.
Yes. Roadblock works natively on Apple Silicon and intel-based Macs.
No. Roadblock uses features and technologies in Safari that protect your privacy.
Roadblock's in-app purchase is a one-time purchase. It is not a subscription so you are charged only once.
The first few images are not considered images so they bypass the "Block Images" setting. To resolve this issue, you can use a "Hide Content" custom rule. Enter "google" in the "URL Filter" field and "img" in the "Selector" field.
There are two apps in the Mac App Store because it is the only way to unify in-app purchases across platforms. Version 2 is the new app that has unified in-app purchases and version 1.9.x is the legacy app. We recommend using the new app for the latest improvements.
Yes. The legacy app will continue to be supported for while but it will eventually be removed from the Mac App Store.
The features offered by the Toolbar extension in the legacy app will be added soon to version 2 as soon as possible. The features will work across platforms.
If you use the visual tool regularly then we recommend using the legacy app until the visual tool is added to version 2.