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AdGuard is a unique no root ad blocker for Android that removes ads in apps and browsers, protects your privacy, and helps you manage your apps
Easy to set up and get going, but powerful and highly customizable — it has everything you’ll ever need from an Android adblock tool, and it works both on rooted and unrooted devices.
Why choose AdGuard? Blocks ads everywhere
Block throughout the whole system. This includes video ads and ads in your favorite apps, browsers, games, and on any website you can imagine. Dozens of ad filters are available to you and are updated on a regular basis, guaranteeing the best filtering quality.
Cares about your privacy
We value the privacy of your personal data above anything else. With AdGuard, you will be safe from online trackers and analytics systems that lurk on the web trying to steal your sensitive information.
Saves your traffic
More ads blocked means fewer ads loaded. Fewer ads loaded means more traffic saved. Simple math by AdGuard! Download the apk file, install the app and spend your traffic on things you like instead of wasting it on voracious ads.
You stay in control
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.
Try AdGuard ad blocker for Android apps for free and feel the difference! Once you go with our app on your tablet or mobile phone, you’ll never want to go back.
Hello! This is a special day, because this beta is, perhaps, the most important one in AdGuard for Android history so far. We are about to jump from v2 to v3 — those of you who were around when we first released AdGuard for Android 2.0 can get an idea of how many changes to expect. But tell you what, there will be even more this time!
Before we go into details and scrutinize the changelog, let’s talk a little about a major improvement in the CoreLibs. A quick refresher: CoreLibs is a completely new filtering engine that serves as a foundation for everything else. One of the biggest advantages of CoreLibs compared to the previous engine is that it is cross-platform. This means AdGuard for Android can now take the best from other AdGuard apps, and you will see it in action very soon. In this beta CoreLibs receives a further boost, granting better performance and filtering quality. About 150 improvements were made to the filtering engine.
[Improved] App redesign
One of the most expected, and at the same time controversial changes, for sure. We were debating whether to put “Changed” or “improved” tag on this one, and decided for the latter. We wholeheartedly believe that the new variant is better than the old one. Our designers spent countless hours on it, going through many iterations, and this is where we finally arrived:
As you will notice very soon, we changed not only colors but the layout too. For seasoned AdGuard veterans, it will take some getting used to, but we are sure you’ll find the new design even better and more convenient after a while.
[Added] Dark theme
And before you say “But I was hoping for the dark theme!” — don’t worry, it is also available. Looks not a single bit less slick than the default one:
Hop straight to settings and switch to it if you are a night person
[Added] Stealth Mode module
A much anticipate addition, all thanks to the aforementioned CoreLibs integration. For the uninitiated, Stealth Mode module is responsible for protecting your privacy. Use it in conjunction with Tracking Protection filter to ensure the best protection. Also mind that different Stealth Mode options differ in their severity, some are “free”, and some come with certain trade-offs in convenience. When in doubt, read the tooltips or even send us a message with a question.
[Improved] DNS functionality
There are, in fact, several different improvements hiding under one. Instead of bundling with the dnscrypt-proxy binaries, we are now using our own DNS proxy server that supports all existing DNS protocols. But enough of this gobbledygook, what does it mean for you, the user?
AdGuard now supports DNS-over-TLS protocol, which is one of the most secure modern DNS protocols
To configure a DNS-over-HTTPS (another secure DNS protocol) server, you don’t need to know the SDNS and can use a simple string like https://dns.adguard.com/dns-query
Indicate any number of upstream servers for your custom DNS server setup
[Added] More filter subscriptions
Self-explanatory: the more, the better! If your favorite subscription wasn’t in the default list before, check it again.
[Added] Custom filter subscriptions by URL
…and if it is still not there, no big deal! Just add it manually, because now doing it is extremely easy. Just tap the respective button, enter the filter list’s URL, and it will appear among the rest of the filters. New filter will be updated automatically, and of course, you can add more than one at a time.
[Added] Statistics charts
Statistics are useful, it’s always nice to know how many ads were blocked, how much traffic was saved and so on. But simply looking at bland numbers is not very informative, and also plain boring. Charts both provide more information and are much more comprehensive.
[Improved] New first launch wizard
If you are reading this, likely you don’t need any suggestions and you can navigate AdGuard’s options with ease. But for new and less experienced users this will be a helpful addition. Upon the first launch, the wizard will tell you about available features and suggest turning them on.
[Added] Protection suggestions tab
And again, a feature mostly aimed at newer users. AdGuard for Android accumulated quite a bit of features over the years, and it is not easy to identify from the get-go which are the most important. This new tab draws your attention right on the main screen and hints at which steps can be taken to enhance your protection.
[Improved] Widget redesign
App’s icon was changed, so the widget needed to be altered as well. Not much to say here, aside from the change in looks, widgets now provide some statistics about blocked requests and so on. Better to see it once:
[Fixed] ConnectionFinder finds wrong connection
[Added] Adaptive icon support
[Added] Context menu to the license activity
[Added] CoreLibs version to the About screen
[Added] Background / foreground CPU time to the battery usage screen
[Added] Total requests count
[Added] Toggle to turn on/off all user filters & whitelist for debugging
[Added] Toast notifications to inform user why an item is disabled/greyed out
[Added] Indicator for when Stealth mode rules were applied to a request or response
[Added] Error notification when exporting logs and system info with an empty file name
[Changed] Filter settings have been reworked
[Changed] About screen has been reworked
[Changed] Filtering options in Filtering log have been redesigned
[Fixed] Filter names have been specified for all filtering rules in Filtering log
[Improved] A placeholder has been adopted for the current year
[Added] Adguard DNS-over-HTTPS servers to DNS providers
[Added] Firewall events to Filtering log
[Added] Stealth mode parameters included to the report link
[Added] Filtering log extended search feature
[Added] 1×4 widget with current statistics
[Changed] Localizations have been updated
[Changed] Comments in Filter editor can now be added and deleted individually
[Fixed] AdGuard icon is missing on some devices after 2.12.223 update
[Fixed] An issue due to some providers relying on their DNS servers to provide IPv4-mapped addresses
[Fixed] Compatibility issues
[Improved] You can now clear stats for a single app
[Improved] You can now sort apps on the Firewall screen
[Improved] Filtering rules limitations
[Improved] Device’s current SDK level is now sent with check update requests
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