Not a drastic design change, but you'll notice it. The new look is a bit more neutral and tidy.[Added] Embedded Assistant build #175
New embedded version of AdGuard Assistant allows it to be used in AdGuard for iOS and AdGuard Browser extension.
A minor-ish update that focuses on various bugfixes, more significant changes will be introduced in v4.1. One thing is worth a separate mentioning though:
[Improved] Assistant's code-base for mobile devices has been unified #28
Basically, for end users it means that we were able to integrate the manual element blocking tool into AdGuard for iOS. You can now select and block any elements in Safari on iOS, just like you got used to on Windows and Mac.
This is the first Assistant release in its own separate repository. Previously we used to include all the Assistant changes in the respective Adguard for Windows releases.
A bunch of Assistant-related bugs have been fixed, and also worth mentioning the adding of a `dev` build that you are able to install now if you so desire.
[Added] A `dev` build #61
This is essentially the most recent version of Assistant you can get. It is being updated with every single commit that is made. To install the `dev` build, download the Assistant userscript from here:
You can find more information on the main page of the repository: