Adguard for iOS v1.1.0

Hello to all iOS users! It's been only a week since Adguard Pro release, but today we have more good news for you. New version features improvements to the filter update algorithm and several other fixes.

[Improved] Filters now can be updated over mobile data #123

Previously filters could be only updated by WiFi. This was done mostly because the program would often exceed the allowed time limit while updating fitlers over mobile network. With new update algorithm this should not be the case anymore - filters will be able to update over mobile data, but with a greater update period compared to WiFi.

[Improved] Filters are now updated immediately after being enabled #118

Another change concerning filter updates is that from now on, whenever you enable a new filter, Adguard will immediately check for available updates for that filter. This way there will be no misunderstandings when you add a new filter, but ads are still not blocked because the filter is outdated.

Other changes

  • [Fixed] Rules count in status bar does not change #130
  • [Fixed] Inability to disable filtering for some websites #120
  • [Fixed] On iPhone SE, in some cases, Adguard action extension receives memory warning and crashes #129
  • [Fixed] Assistant does not select element properly #111

Let us know what do you think about new changes in the comment section!

Vasily Bagirov on AdGuard for iOS Release Notes
October 7, 2016
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