A 5-year subscription to this powerful ad blocker is on sale for under £30 from Mashable


TL;DR: A five-year subscription to a Control D Some Control Plan is on sale for £27.87, saving you 70% on list price.

Working from home might be the best part of your job. And while it offers more flexibility and a better work-life balance, it can be hard to eliminate distractions and stay zoned in on your long list of to-dos. 

Whether you find yourself refreshing FaceBook or doom-scrolling on TikTok, you might need a way to block out these apps or content types so you can focus. Control D is designed to make that possible, all in one central place. This deal gets you your first five years for just £27.87.

Control D isn’t like other ad blockers or content filters because it requires zero downloads or installations on your devices. Instead, it connects to your internet and lets you see all devices connected to that network. This subscription will enable you to control up to ten devices and implement different settings for each one.

First, let’s talk about ads. When you’re working or browsing the web, pop-ups quickly get annoying and distracting — especially when they jumpscare you with blasting sound. With Control D, you can block ads on all your devices in one switch. 

You can also set device-specific rules with Control D. In fact, you get access to 10,000 custom rules. If you have kiddos at home, you could remove their access to websites containing adult content or dating apps.

Or, if you work from home and deal with endless distractions, you could set up a productivity schedule with Control D. Block social media apps or YouTube streaming so you have no choice but to stay on task. And when you’re trying to unplug outside of your working hours, you could restrict your own access to work-related websites and apps.

Take control of your digital life with a five-year subscription to Control D Some Control Plan, available for only £27.87.

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