It's very exciting to be writing about an AdGuard for iOS update. I'm sure, for many users it will be no less exciting to read about it. Even though this is only a beta update, it will give you an impression of what to expect when the release version hits the AppStore (which will happen sooner than you might think). There's a lot to discuss, so let's not waste any more time and kick things off right away.
We don't post about new betas in Blog every day, and not because there aren't enough of them. Usually, most users won't be interested in beta updates, but this time is different. We receive questions about the new AdGuard for Windows version literally every day. That's understandable — the last update was back in October 2018. More than half a year ago!
The release of long awaited new AdGuard for Mac is getting nearer. And today we are one step closer as we start the alpha testing. There are a lot of changes awaiting, but we won't spoil all the fun by listing all updates of v2.0. We will mention only the most remarkable ones instead.
Last month was generous for new Adguard products - we had Adguard Content Blocker and Adguard DNS beta releases. But we just can't stop! This time, we are going to present to you a new product for iOS - Adguard PRO. This is a first step towards system wide ad blocking on iOS. With a little luck, our app will be approved and we'll move further to make this true.
All our users know how to block ads. Be it Windows, Android, Mac or iOS - you simply install Adguard app, and the ads are gone. But now there is a different, yet very simple way to filter ads - Adguard DNS.