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TwitchAdSolutions Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to TwitchAdSolutions

  • GitHub repo uBlock

    uBlock Origin - An efficient blocker for Chromium and Firefox. Fast and lean.

  • GitHub repo Pi-hole

    A black hole for Internet advertisements

  • GitHub repo hosts

    🔒 Consolidating and extending hosts files from several well-curated sources. Optionally pick extensions for porn, social media, and other categories.

  • GitHub repo NewPipe

    A libre lightweight streaming front-end for Android.

  • GitHub repo VideoLAN Client (VLC)

    VLC media player - All pull requests are ignored, please follow

  • GitHub repo AdGuardHome

    Network-wide ads & trackers blocking DNS server

  • GitHub repo whitelist

    A simple tool to add commonly white listed domains to your Pi-Hole setup.

  • GitHub repo ttv-ublock

    Blocking ads on that certain streaming website

  • GitHub repo mpv

    🎥 Command line video player

  • GitHub repo uAssets

    Resources for uBlock Origin, uMatrix: static filter lists, ready-to-use rulesets, etc.

  • GitHub repo TwitchMod

    Inspired by glitchify (BatedUrGonnaDie/glitchify)

  • GitHub repo twitchAdSkip

  • GitHub repo ttv_adEraser

    TTV AdEraser aims to remove livestream ads as well as add some useful features to our favourite streaming site.

  • GitHub repo ttv-tools

    Tools for twitch

  • GitHub repo TwitchVodWithChatPlayer

    Watch Twitch VODs with Chat!

  • GitHub repo javascript_firewall

    Javascript Firewall: Block JavaScript of unwanted origin.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better TwitchAdSolutions alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where TwitchAdSolutions has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-13.
  • Forced adds on twitch and YouTube
  • Sadge Adblock | 2021-04-13
    notify-script works surprisingly well for me. Low quality for a couple seconds when you join the stream but afterwards perfect quality. I would check it out for anyone interested.
  • Meanwhile in the 1 viewer gold mine of Twitch
  • I know this has gotten really annoying but does anyone know of a solid working solution to blocking twitch ads ? | 2021-04-06
    Check out this github: Scroll down and try some of the solutions, see what works best. Alternate Player works very well for me, but I only use it when my other scripts don't.
  • X doesn't care about his rights
    I've been using notify-strip with Tampermonkey from
  • Add Twitch ad domains to blocklist? | 2021-04-03
    Userscript workarounds and adblock attempts are here:
  • Xtra (alternative app for twitch) has been removed from play store after implementing in-app ad block in beta.
  • Replacement Test for Twitch Adblock Extensions (Script Jamming) | 2021-04-01
    According to the guys GitHub. It replaces the ads with a low quality version of the stream and then notifies Twitch that ads were "watched" (reduces preroll ad frequency) | 2021-04-01
    I think the only one you need from this guys GitHub is the notify-strip. It seems to be working really well for me.
  • Twitch AdBlock extension removed from Chrome, Firefox webstores(video not related)
    it just redirected the twitch stream to his website that was hosted in a country that didnt get ads and changes your stream to the stream from his website, so in order for someone to remake it they'd have to host a web server.
  • Twitch Adblock extension removed from Chrome, Firefox webstores
    Twitch AdBlock extension removed from Chrome, Firefox webstores One of the most popular ad-blocking tools for Twitch, aptly named Twitch AdBlock, has been removed from the Google Chrome and Firefox Extension stores. Earlier today, users began noticing the extension had disappeared from their Chrome and Firefox browsers, and ads began to play as they viewed streams. In the replies to a post about the extension on GitHub, user ChosenEye shared the application is now gone and won’t be coming back. In a Reddit thread regarding the issue, an image surfaced of an allegedly deleted image where ChoosenEye claims that Twitch had shut down the way that the extension functioned, and that before its closure, there were 150,000 users with over 6 million views per day. Twitch has always been active in cracking down on adblocking software used on their platform. Most recently, the site implemented a text screen that would arise when users viewed a stream through an external site to Twitch. This worked to nullify many of the ad-blocking options that were used at the time, but some were still active, including Twitch AdBlock. Ads are a big way in which creators and the platform itself generate revenue. Currently, the only method to getting a true Ad-free viewing experience on Twitch is to subscribe to Twitch Turbo. This premium service will rid of all pre-roll, mid-roll, company, and display ads, although you may still see promotions that are embedded into a broadcast. Alternatively, subscribing to a creator’s channel will stop an ad from playing when joining into their stream, but the streamer themselves can still roll ads for all viewers.