Download Adguard v2.11.31 Beta [Premium – Block Ads Without Root]
Requirements: Android 4.0.3+ | File size: 17,8 MB
Blocks Ads Without Root Adguard provides you with a reliable and manageable protection that immediately and without your participation filters the loading web pages. Adguard removes all the annoying ads, blocks loading of dangerous websites, and will not allow anyone to track your activities on the Internet.
When processing a web page, Adguard does several things at once: · Removes ads and online tracking code directly the page.
· Checks a page against our database of phishing and malicious sites.
· Checks apps ed unknown sources.
[Fixed] Added support for $network exceptions rules Networking
[Changed] “ExtendedCss” module has been upgraded to v1.0.9
[Changed] Auto-proxy is reconfigured now on network state change
[Changed] OpenNIC server address has been updated
[Changed] NXDOMAIN answer (domain does not exist) is now used instead of 127.0.0.1
[Fixed] AdGuard is not capturing the mobile data usage correctly
[Fixed] App traffic is blocked on Android 4.x even when it should not be filtered at all
[Fixed] Manual VPN connections crash when AG is enabled
[Fixed] Error on VPN reconfiguration: failed to bind TUN pcb
[Fixed] IPv6 filtering does not work on Oreo 8.1 + Magisk
[Fixed] Firewall temporary allowance notification is not displayed UI
[Changed] 2017 to 2018
[Changed] “Blocked ads” and “blocked trackers” have been separated in the app stats
[Changed] “Ad blocking” is now grayed out setting in per-apps settings if “Block ads in apps” is disabled [Fixed] Certificate state styles in HTTPS filtering settings
[Fixed] Filtering log search issues
[Fixed] Current language is displayed as the default language, instead of the system language
[Fixed] Visual glitch with Amazon version activation Other
[Added] Integration with reporting web tool This feature is already familiar to AdGuard for Windows, AdGuard for iOS and AdGuard browser extension users. Basically, this is a way to report any filtering-related issue on a page: missed ad, false positive etc. To do so, go to app’s side menu and select “Report an issue”. Instead of an immediate “Send a message to support” screen, you will get a dialog to select the type of issue. Choosing one of the filtering-related issues will open a web page and a wizard will take you step by step through the process of filling in the required information. Don’t worry, most of the fields will be pre-filled by the AdGuard app This way of reporting missed ads and such is beneficial to both filters developers and users — the former will get all the information they need to fix the problem, and latter will be sure that the issue will be resolved in the shortest amount of time possible. [Added] New localizations — Spanish (Latin), Danish, Arabic
[Fixed] Beta build doesn’t have “beta” update channel by default
[Fixed] While app is in Russian, preview opens an EN version of Knowledge base article instead of RU
[Fixed] FAQ articles are not accessible when AdGuard is switched to Japanese
[Fixed] First line of imported user filter rules is always interpreted as an actual rule
[Fixed] Disabling net access for Android OS does not work
[Fixed] Compatibility issues
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