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AdGuard 3.1 for Android: little big update

Most, if not all, of AdGuard products major updates come with a extensive Blog article that describes the most noteworthy changes in detail, gives a review of all new features, shows screenshots and so on. Compared to them, this one may seem a bit unassuming. Well, let's see if it's true!

In v3.1 we make an emphasis on UI improvements. Nothing too crazy, but thanks to the sheer number of changes you'll make no mistake distinguishing it from AdGuard 3.0. In fact, since we don't have anything outstanding to stop by, let me just post the complete changelog here:

Ad blocking

  • [Changed] Opera Touch has been added to the browsers list
  • [Fixed] HTTPS Filtering is unavailable on some devices


  • [Fixed] AG breaks captive portals authentication
  • [Improved] DNS-related functionality has been updated
  • [Improved] Optimised interaction with Magisk v.19.0


  • [Added] "Export the license information" flag when exporting settings
  • [Added] "Modified requests" filter to filtering log
  • [Added] A confirmation dialog when exiting AdGuard
  • [Added] An option to download updates manually
  • [Added] An option to run the onboarding tool for the second time
  • [Added] Attention bar on the main screen if no filters are enabled
  • [Added] Icons to switchbars
  • [Changed] "Filters auto-update period" setting is now grayed out when filters auto-update is disabled
  • [Changed] Battery usage chart draw style has been changed
  • [Changed] Localizations have been updated
  • [Changed] More information about events is shown now by default in filtering log
  • [Changed] New UI for landscape orientation
  • [Changed] The descriptions for Stealth Mode options have been updated
  • [Fixed] An issue with screen rotation
  • [Fixed] Inconsistency with context menu position on the Proxy settings screen
  • [Fixed] Incorrect display of letters on the App management screen
  • [Fixed] Last selected statistics date range does not persist
  • [Fixed] Logs for exporting have been stripped of identifying information
  • [Fixed] Occasionally stats for ads blocked are not shown correctly
  • [Fixed] Splash screen is white when dark theme is enabled
  • [Fixed] System language detection fails in some cases
  • [Fixed] UI corrections on the main screen
  • [Fixed] UI does not support Android TV
  • [Fixed] Widget 1x1 is missing on some devices
  • [Improved] First launch VPN description has been improved
  • [Improved] Multiple Filtering log improvements
  • [Improved] Separators have been added to statistics for better readability
  • [Improved] UI has been made more friendly towards color-blind people


  • [Changed] The suggested battery capacity value for Huawei devices has been changed
  • [Fixed] AdGuard crashes when you create rules from the filtering log
  • [Fixed] AdGuard crtashes when you import settings
  • [Fixed] AdGuard doesn't recognize the SSL certificate
  • [Fixed] Background activity will be blocked in future Q builds
  • [Fixed] Compatibility problems
  • [Fixed] Crash in the Apps Management settings
  • [Fixed] Protection turns on after app restart
  • [Improved] CoreLibs has been updated

As you see, I didn't lie: over a half of all tasks refer to UI. If you are interested in details on any particular change, visit GitHub and click on the respective issue.

Leave a comment below if you have a feature request for the next AdGuard for Android version! Once again, we apologize if you expected something more grand from this update. We hope that recent (and future!) updates of other AdGuard products will make up for it over and above :)

Vasily Bagirov sur Release Notes AdGuard for Android
30 mai 2019
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