A really short post today. Following the big release of AdGuard Pro for iOS, we unleash the regular version too. Changes are scarcer, as it usually is with "regular" vs "pro" updates, but there is still enough new stuff to look at. Let's do just that — have a quick glance at new features.
Have you noticed anything different yet? Oh yeah, we have incremented the major number in the app version. Can you hear the smell of all these changes already? :) In this version, we introduce a wide range of novelties, starting with app redesign (dark theme looks slick!), to new features like Blocking Lists to block ads devise-wise, to the whole new Privacy module (and specifically DNSCrypt support) to boost your online privacy. And much more! Read on to find out details.
And as a small present from AdGuard team, we lower the price for AdGuard Pro by 50% for two weeks following the release of the new version!
Every time Apple releases a new iPhone there is a huge hype wave in news and social media, and iPhone X has not been an exception. Looks like a perfect time to release a new AdGuard for iOS version, doesn't it? The new version makes a strong emphasis on improving the Content blocker part, so the changelog won't differ much for regular and Pro versions. Renovated Assistant and the new “Invert whitelist” option are the headliners, with few pesky bugs eliminated along the way.
This article is for AdGuard Pro for iOS users exclusively. If you are one, there’s a chance you would like to revert to version 1.2.1. How and why — find out here.
Just a few days ago, Apple announced that they "have never allowed apps on the App Store that are designed to interfere with the performance or capabilities of other apps". In this article, I'll explain the current state of things and - the show must go on! - tell about the new version.
This is an especially exciting update for Adguard Pro users, but those who use regular Adguard for iOS will find some pleasant changes too — of note, the User filter has been made much easier in use.