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.
It is your device, after all, and you decide what gets filtered and what doesn’t. A wide range of settings — from basic to ‘pro’ — as well as an Apps Management tool will help you customize the filtering to your liking.
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Transitioning to a new filtering engine rarely goes smoothly, and we too faced quite a few problems. That was somewhat expected, so there was no need to panic — rather, a need to do a lot of work. Which we did! The CoreLibs themselves underwent an update to a new version; we fixed several crashes and network-related issues along the way, and even extended our tasker API. Now it’s your turn! Help us find more stuff to fix![Added] Extended Tasker API: proxy settings
Hopefully, you’ve already had a chance to test the new tasker API. This beta will give you something new to play with: proxy settings. Two new actions become available: proxy_state and proxy_default. The first one enables/disables the outbound proxy, the latter sets any of the previously configured proxies as default. More detailed description of these actions is in our KB article.
[Changed] If configured, outbound proxy must be used even if ad blocking is disabled for an app [Fixed] AdGuard does not use the fallback DNS server when the primary server times out
[Fixed] Protection doesn’t restart when changing mode of HTTPS filtering
[Added] Bulk change option for “HTTPS filtering” preference
[Changed] Hide export option when User filter is empty
[Fixed] “I agree with Terms” button is not visible if scale is enlarged in Android settings
[Fixed] The toggle button icon missing from the notification drawer on Huawei P10 Premium
[Added] An option to reset HTTPS filtering’s whitelist or blacklist to default
[Added] Hindi [hi-IN] localization
[Changed] Remove comments from HTTPS white/black list for CL configuration
[Changed] Start using ProcessHealthStats instead of scanning proc-stat for calculating AdGuard’s own battery usage
[Fixed] The app hangs when press cancel button in bulk change setting of apps management
[Fixed] HTTPS whitelist entries can’t be deleted if there is a request in search box
[Fixed] HTTPS whitelist entries not saving
[Fixed] Importing a backup from the stable version breaks DNS settings
[Fixed] Compatibility issues