AdGuard Content Blocker does not require root access. It can be installed and run on any Android device — no need to go through the long, tiresome, and sometimes even dangerous process of rooting your phone or tablet.
The app is free and, in accordance with our company policy, it is open source. On GitHub you can not only see the source code, but also ask any questions and get answers directly from the developers.
No. Google's policy doesn't allow any system-level ad blockers inside the Google Play Store, only content blockers. They are fine at blocking ads in a specific browser, but they lack flexibility and have significantly fewer tools at their disposal. The primary AdGuard for Android app is much more functional and can block ads in all browsers and even in other apps.
What are the main features of AdGuard Content Bloсker?
You can find an overview of all the key functions of AdGuard content blocker in this article.
How do I install AdGuard Content Blocker?
See the installation instructions for AdGuard Content Blocker in our Knowledge Base.
What if I have questions? Do you have a support service?
Of course, our friendly support team will be glad to assist you 24/7. If you have any questions, just contact us at email@example.com. But please check this section first: 90% of questions are already answered here.
您只可手動地安裝 AdGuard for Android。Google 禁止透過 Google Play 銷售網路層級的廣告封鎖器，即封鎖在其它的應用程式內之商業廣告的應用程式。您將在我們的部落格中找到有關 Google 限制性政策之更多的資訊。
First of all, allow installing apps from unknown sources in your device’s OS settings. For this you will need to:
For Android 8 or newer: tap on the downloaded AdGuard APK file and then on Install. If installation from your browser is not allowed, you will see a screen informing you about it. From this screen tap on Settings → Allow from this source → Back → Install.
Instruction for old Android versions
For Android 7: give the browser access to the repository. Then agree to download APK format. Open the downloaded file and install AdGuard.
For Android 6: open Settings, then select Additional settings in System & Device. Switch on Unknown sources and press OK in the system warning window.
(Please note that the path towards these settings may differ depending on a device).
For Android 5: open Settings, then select Security in the Personal section. Switch on Unknown sources and press OK in the system warning window.