Blocks Ads Without Root
Adguard provides you with a reliable and manageable protection that immediately and without your participation filters the loading web pages. Adguard removes all the annoying ads, blocks loading of dangerous websites, and will not allow anyone to track your activities on the Internet.
When processing a web page, Adguard does several things at once:
1. Removes ads and online tracking code directly from the page.
2. Checks a page against our database of phishing and malicious sites.
3. Checks apps downloaded from unknown sources.
Urgent fix for v2.7.151. There was a bug breaking ad blocking in browsers for all non-premium users.
Also there are some minor changes besides fix of that bug.
[Added] Slovak language #688
[Fixed] Resetting firewall settings to default leads to constant crashes #691
[Added] ‘Apps & Statistics’ settings section #633
We decided to seriously redesign our Firewall section. There will be no more ‘Apps & Settings’ sub-section inside ‘Firewall’. Instead, we introduce a whole new first-level section named ‘Apps & Statistics’. It very much resembles the now gone ‘Apps & Settings’ but has some differences. For example, we got rid of ‘global’ switches – these buttons were too misleading. Another big change is disposal of exclusions lists. Now you can simply add an app to exceptions through the ‘Apps and Statistics’ screen. There are other changes too, and we will not list them all here. We believe the new layout is more intuitive and you will have no troubles navigating through it.
Important note: this is not yet a big redesign we plan to do in Adguard 3.0. Only the tip of the iceberg
[Changed] Instead of stopping protection on settings change, show a toast message #667
[Changed] When user changes default firewall settings, ask him if he wants to reset per-app settings #675
[Changed] Show notification when VPN is revoked #672
[Fixed] Adguard closes if you swipe it with ‘No icon’ notification setting #662
[Added] $app modifier #644
This modifier will be useful for advanced users who create their own custom rules. It allows both blocking ads in a specific app and blocking ads everywhere except for that app. For example, Facebook uses same domains for both ads and useful stuff. This modifier allows to block facebook ads in other apps without breaking the Facebook app itself.
[Fixed] Detect if app targets Android N #653
Due to Android N security policy, HTTPs filtering is impossible for apps developed specifically for Android N, or other apps where user-installed certificates are not trusted. Previously that could lead to errors and app crashes. Now Adguard detects if app targets Android N and does not filter HTTPS for such apps.
[Improved] Increase content filtering rules maximum length limit #590
From now on it will be much easier for users to add any app to exclusions. No need to go to low-level settings anymore, just open the apps screen in ‘Apps and Statistics’ and add it to exclusions from there.
[Changed] Mountainview and Itau added to https exclusions #641
[Changed] com.yik.yak app added to https exclusions #516
[Changed] Box app added to https exclusions #642
[Changed] Amazon apps added to https exclusions #676
[Changed] com.jet.jet.app is broken with https filtering #612
[Fixed] MeetMe compatibility issue #528
[Fixed] Moovit app is not compatible with https filtering #492
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