AdGuard for iOS

AdGuard Pro for iOS is back from the dead!

Recently, AdGuard Pro for iOS received a very small update. Basically, we just updated localizations and one or two random bug fixes. It looks very unassuming at first glance, but it means a whole lot. Why? To explain that, we need to go back in time and look at AdGuard Pro's bumpy road to where it is today.

AdGuard 3.0 for iOS: officially released and ready to block ads

About a month ago we posted an article about the first Beta version of AdGuard 3.0 for iOS. Today, it's time to officially release it into the App Store! Why is it such a big deal? Unless you've read the aforementioned article, you probably wouldn't believe how much new stuff there is, so I'll go over the changes one more time here.

First public BETA of AdGuard 3.0 for iOS: you'll not recognize it

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.

AdGuard Pro for iOS in its current form will be discontinued due to Apple's policy

Google, Apple, Amazon and now Apple again. Ad blockers have almost conquered the desktop browsers, but corporations don't want it to happen in their walled gardens, and protect them fiercely.

AdGuard and AdGuard Pro for iOS v2.1.1

I personally really dislike when we release new versions that mostly contain bugfixes and very little other stuff, but sometimes it is necessary. Let's have a quick glance at what the devs have prepared for us this time.