A new advertising company called bbDo has started its campaign to encourage people to use apps that help them stop using ads, according to the company’s CEO.
The ad campaign will be running across the app store in Australia and New Zealand starting on December 8, and it’s targeting people who have used the same app in the past.
The company says that its app is the “go-to app” for people who want to stop being targeted by bbDone’s advertising and it uses “every tool at our disposal”.
It will be targeting people using the app to check for any ads, as well as “a simple check to see if the app is advertising, and if so, whether it is being used in Australia or New Zealand”.
If the app or any other app is being targeted for advertising, the app will warn users about the “ads-free” option, and ask them to close it if they want to continue using the service.
Users can opt to turn off any ads by going to Settings > Ads > Choose to not see ads and turning off the “No ads” setting.
There are a number of features in the app that have been criticised for being “unfair”.
In a blog post, the company said that it had spent “years working on creating a tool to protect people from these ad-targeting companies”.
The app is currently free to download for users of Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 8.4 and up, and for users with a US-based device.
The app does not have a US store yet, but the company says it will be adding one soon.
It is also offering a $3,000 reward for information leading to an arrest of a bbDealer.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Australian Federal Police.