Get the New York Times’ “Anti-Tracking Tool of Choice” for $19
When the New York Times gives an app its stamp of approval, you know it’s worth checking it. When it also wins awards at SXSW and gets kudos for Tom’s Guide, you know you can’t afford to miss out. Get a year of Disconnect for $19, three years for $29, or a lifetime subscription for $49 at the Mary Sue Shop.
Disconnect keeps anyone from being able to track you online—whether we’re talking hackers or advertisers. That means trackers and malware are automatically blocked across your entire device, your data is kept from the prying eyes of companies, criminals, and government entities, and you get access to blocked services, sites, and apps. Best of all? Not only does this tool not slow you down, blocking tracking requests actually means you get to browse up to 44 percent faster, use up to 39 percent less bandwidth, and get better battery life out of your device.
Get a year of Disconnect for $19, three years for $29, or a lifetime subscription for $49 at the Mary Sue Shop.