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. »
It is almost Christmas, but we are far from celebrating! Today we release not one, but two iOS updates - for regular app as well as for Pro version. »
Hello to all iOS users! It's been only a week since Adguard Pro release, but today we have more good news for you. New version features improvements to the filter update algorithm and several other fixes. »
The time has come to announce the official release of Adguard Pro for iOS! You may be already familiar with it, or you may be not. What you should know for now is that Adguard Pro is not limited to Safari in terms of blocking ads (and not only ads) - it will work in all apps and browsers! »
Last month was generous for new Adguard products - we had Adguard Content Blocker and Adguard DNS beta releases. But we just can't stop! This time, we are going to present to you a new product for iOS - Adguard PRO. This is a first step towards system wide ad blocking on iOS. With a little luck, our app will be approved and we'll move further to make this true. »
We have some very good news for Adguard for iOS users, and we know there are plenty of them out there. A new version came out today, and the most noticeable novelty of this release is a manual element blocker.
Those who are familiar with Windows and Mac versions, or even Adguard browser extensions, already know about Adguard Assistant and browser extension element blocker, and how handy can it be sometimes. And if you still have no idea of what it is – don’t worry. We will explain it in just a couple of moments. »
In this post we will try to state our, so to say, policy on open-source.
We believe that if an app is free (and is in charge of user’s privacy), such project needs to be transparent = this app shall be open-source. »
Adguard for iOS – Available on App Store
You’ve requested it, you kept asking when. And so here it is, dear friends. Finally we release our»