AdGuard for Safari update notice

About a month ago we announced the most recent addition to the AdGuard family: AdGuard for Safari. It has already found its users, and we were happy to see a lot of feedback during the very first days after the release. Today, after taking that feedback into account, we roll out the first update. So what exactly is inside?

What's new?

[Changed] The use of the Safari icon is not forced anymore #78

Disabling AG for Safari icon in browser preferences

As it is historically with AdGuard extensions, the extension icon itself serves as a menu, providing such options as manual blocking of any element, reporting websites and adding domains to the whitelist. While we believe that having access to all these features right from the web page is very handy, apparently, many users don't like seeing the extension icon in browser. From now on, you can simply disable the icon via the Safari preferences (it can be brought back the same way, of course).

There are other changes, of course. For example, several new localizations have been added. The full list is available on GitHub.

Remind you that AdGuard Safari extension can be downloaded for free directly from App Store, and good luck fighting those ads!

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Vasily Bagirov

Vasily is working in Adguard since 2014 and started as a helpdesk engineer. Old habits are still alive and kick in sometimes, so he is always ready to chat with users!

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