Block Spoilers on Facebook and Twitter with the Free Spoiler Shield App
Article by George Norman
On 08 Apr 2014
Don’t let spoilers ruin a TV show or a sports game for you! Get the free Spoiler Shield app and stay “socially connected, spoiler protected.” The app blocks spoilers in your social media feed; you can check Facebook and Twitter safe in the knowledge that all spoilers will be blocked.



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I didn’t get to watch the "How I Met Your Mother" series finale on the date it aired. For personal reasons, I had to put off watching the finale; instead of watching it on Monday March 31, I had to wait until the weekend and watch it on Saturday, April 5.

My friends on the other hand, they got to watch the finale when it aired. And, as you can imagine, they started talking about in on Facebook and on Twitter. Great for them, incredibly annoying for me! Since I do not like spoilers, I had to avoid social media for a week. I had to stay off Facebook and Twitter until I could get to watch the series finale. After 9 seasons, I did not want anything to spoil the ending!

I now realize that I made a terrible mistake. I did not have to avoid Facebook and Twitter for a week. I should have relied on Spoiler Shied instead. You see, this is an app that blocks spoilers in your social media feed. Connect to Facebook and/or Twitter, select the shields you want to activate (TV, celebrities, NBA, NFL, and more), and the app will block spoilers based on the shields you selected.

Spoiler Shield Main Features
  • Connect to Facebook and/or Twitter and block spoilers in your social media feed.
  • Lots of shows, celebrities, and sports teams are supported.
  • Activate a shield with a simple on/off switch.
  • Hold to remove a shield and reveal a post.
  • Available for free for iOS and Android (Chrome extension coming soon).
Additional information on Spoiler Shield is available here.



Tags: Spoiler Shield, Facebook, Twitter, spoilers, TV, celebrity, sports, iOS, Apple, Android, Google
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