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AdGuard Content Blocker
AdGuard Content Blocker will eliminate all ads in mobile browsers that support content blocker technology — namely, Samsung Internet and Yandex.Browser. While being more limited than AdGuard for Android, it is free, easy to install and still provides high ad blocking quality.
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Why Content Blocker
No root required
AdGuard Content Blocker does not require ROOT access. It can be installed and run on any Android device — no need to go through the long, tiresome and sometimes even dangerous process of rooting your phone or tablet.
Customizable
Tune the app to suit your needs — choose from more than 20 language-specific and general filtering rules lists to ensure best ad blocking. At your service filters created by AdGuard developers as well as the best of the community-developed filters.
Transparent
The app is free and, as per our company policy, it is open source. On GitHub you can not only see the source code, but also ask any question and get an answer directly from its developers. (edited)
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No ads in apps
You will no more accidentally tap the banners in games and other apps. And you can use ANY browser you want.
Safe web browsing
Full-fledged Android version prohibits downloading of malicious files and warns you about hazardous websites.
Apps management
Our premium app helps you control which apps can access the web and transmit your data and which are not allowed to do so.
FAQ
Is Content Blocker the primary AdGuard app for Android?
No. Google's policy doesn't allow any system-level ad blockers inside Play Market, only content blockers. They are fine at blocking ads in a specific browser, but lack flexibility and have significantly less tools at their disposal. The primary AdGuard for Android app is much more functional and can block ads in all browser and even in other apps.
Where does it block ads?
At the moment, only two browsers support the content blocking technology: Samsung Internet and Yandex.Browser. Once more browsers join their ranks, the area of application for AdGuard Content Blocker will increase.
Which filters shall I use?
It is totally up to you! We offer a lot of filters to choose from, both our own and third-party filters. We recommend to keep the English filter enabled at all times, and language-specific filters can also be extremely helpful depending on your native language.
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Recent versions

[Fixed] Browsers are not notified when we auto-update filters #69

Previously, there was a bug that filter updates that happens at background were not applied to browsers. This update fixes it.

[Changed] Make "Safari filter" enabled by default in the Content Blocker #65

Due to difference adblocking methods we use in different platforms, we provide different filters for each platforms. Until now, there was no special filter for Adguard Content Blocker. The ad blocking extensions provided by Samsung browser and Yandex browser is close to that of Safari, so we decided to enable Safari filter by default. Filter categorization is on the way of change, so the name of the filter which is a bit unfit for content blocker will be changed.

[Improved] Feedback/Contact Us option #76

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We are always open to communication. You can leave feedback on AdGuard Content blocker on our Forum.
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We have an open bug tracker, so feel free to report any issue or simply check what we are working on at the moment.
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