YouTube Premium CRACKDOWN!

In an effort to entice more users to subscribe to the YouTube Premium service, Google is tightening down on ad blockers. In a global trial being run by the  video platform, users who are found employing ad blockers will receive three warnings before having their access to YouTube suspended.

The user will receive a warning after the first offense advising them to either turn off their ad blocker or sign up for YouTube Premium. The user will receive a second warning and be limited to watching only three videos each day if they disregard the warning. The user’s access to YouTube will be permanently blocked after the third offense.

The duration of the strikes and whether customers will be able to get around them by utilizing a VPN are both unknown. However, it is obvious that YouTube is serious about taking action against all ad blockers, and this may indicate that the strike system will soon be made available to the whole public.

 A few advantages of YouTube Premium include background playback, ad-free access to YouTube Music, ad-free video playback, and the option to download videos for offline viewing.

If you don’t want to sign up for YouTube Premium, you may still watch videos without ads by downloading the YouTube Vanced app. It is crucial to remember that YouTube does not officially support this app, and it might not be accessible in all nations.

You are ultimately in charge of deciding whether or not to subscribe to YouTube Premium. However, if you frequently use YouTube, it can be worthwhile to think about the subscription fee to get an ad-free experience.