There is an AdGuard app for virtually every major platform out there, and we regularly release updates for all of them. This would not be possible without beta testing and, more importantly, beta testers. Want to become one? Here's how you can do it.
How to become a beta tester
Our requirements are easy: use AdGuard, upgrade to the beta version when it becomes available, and report any bugs you notice. However, you will need a GitHub account to become our beta tester, so you may want to get that out of the way first.
In any case, every single thing you need to know is gathered on a dedicated page.
If you want to skip the description part and get straight to the action, you can apply here. Your application will be reviewed within 1-3 working days, and you'll get a reply via email.
How to report a bug
If you spotted a bug or just want to share your suggestion, let us know: go to GitHub, find a suitable repository, create a new issue there, and describe the bug/feature request in detail.
The above method is the most preferred, but you can use others if necessary:
Email our support team from the Support tab in the app or write directly to email@example.com.
How to activate the beta key in the iOS application
If you have already received a beta key and it is listed in your
adguard.com account, go to the app and open the license section (Get Premium). Once there, enter the credentials from your AdGuard account. After that, the premium features will become available automatically.
There is not much more to add. You don't have to go out of your way to find bugs. You can continue using AdGuard as usual. However, if you encounter a bug, please report it. Of course, we appreciate any additional effort.
Occasionally, you will receive our newsletters, keeping you informed of the latest changes in the beta (in case you missed them) and other important news. You can unsubscribe from it at any time.