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.
We are launching beta test for Adguard Content Blocker. It is a browser extension for those Android browsers which support blocking of unwanted content. By this moment there are two such browsers – Samsung Internet and Yandex Browser. If you are an Android user who uses, or would like to use these browsers, you might be interested in becoming a beta tester. Then this article is for you.
More than two months have passed since the last update of Adguard for Android. It is a long break, but we were not sitting on our hands doing nothing. In fact, we have some big news for you: HTTPS filtering is finally here! Those of you who know what it means should be already as excited about it as we are, and for all the others we will explain it below in detail.
This is a major update with quite a few new features and some very important changes. At first we were focused at Safari and their new Content Blocker API, but while adding this new API support we have added some features that may be useful to users of any browser. Let’s start.