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How to Block a Website on Chrome Android Browser

Learn how to block a website on google chrome on Android phones. You can manually add multiple the website URL and get it blocked on the browser to access.

Some sites have harmful and disturbing contents that must be kept away from our browsers. And to keep these sites blocked in Chrome Android, the users can use the BlockSite app, which is available in the play store. Get the app, allow all the permissions required and let it control your browser, and add the URLs of the site you want to block.

Block a Website URL on Chrome browser

Have you ever opened a website, and your phone suddenly slowed down? It has never happened to me. This website was full of irrelevant adverts that just messed up my phone. Hence, I thought it would be good to block this site.

Another good reason for blocking websites on mobile browsers is our Kids. They often grab our phones and start exploring all the apps and websites. Though we can’t keep an eye 24×7 on the websites, they are visiting. Perhaps the best option is to block the website from access.

Even as adults, we are very much into the mobile phone, wasting hours browsing social media feeds and stories. This leads to zero productivity and social stress. Hence, the best thing we can do is block these social media sites and keep them away from us.

If you need to block certain websites to ensure increased productivity on your Android phone, here are a few steps that will work for you.

Block Websites on Chrome Android

Now, a Chrome browser extension called BlockSite works pretty well when using a computer. Thankfully, this extension is even available as an app for Android devices and works perfectly too.

Here is the steps to block a website:

  1. Go to the Google Play Store, search for the BlockSite app, and install it.
  2. Launch the newly installed BlockSite app.
  3. The app will ask permission to access your phone that you need to Enable or Allow.
    These permissions give the app access to block websites on the web browser.
  4. Open the BlockSite app on your mobile device, tap Go to settings, and allow the app to take control of your browser and block the websites you don’t want to see.
    We are granting admin access to other apps.
  5. Tap the Plus plus add icon icon to block your first website or app.
  6. Enter the website address in the search section.
  7. Tap Done after entering the address.
    BlockSite Chrome Android App StepsJust like that, the website will be blocked.

It will successfully block the websites on your Chrome browser. The BlockSite app also helps block websites on other browsers installed on Android phones.

If you upgrade to a premium version at a nominal cost, it helps in blocking the websites based on category. You can block social media sites, adult site categories, and other pre-categorized sites.

Bottom Line

Blocking websites on the browser is a great way to become productive and avoid time wastage. It also helps in blocking sensitive and adult content ways from kids. The BlockSite app works well with all browsers installed on mobile phones.

Some websites spread viruses, malware, and others have too many annoying adverts. Whatever the reason, you must block all websites that cause your phone to malfunction. Above is a simple guide to help you block all those websites.

You can also find a few alternatives to BlockSite in Google Play Store, like AppBlock, BlockerX, Stay Focused, etc. These apps block not only websites but also apps on Android phones.

Similarly, you can block a website in Safari on iOS devices without using any app or extensions. Just configure the content and privacy settings to make it work.

Also, what other methods do you use to block websites on your Android phone? We want to review those methods too. Please share with us in the comments section.

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Victor Oloo

Victor is Bachelor's degree holder in Business & Commerce and has been associated with the tech industry since the beginning of his career. He has 7+ years of experience in technology and media services. He is a passionate tech content writer and news editor. He loves the Firefox browser and uses it as a daily driver. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

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