Version: 3.6.31 (10000521)
arm64-v8a + armeabi-v7a + x86 + x86_64
Package: com.adguard.android
166 downloads
34.85 MB (36,545,099 bytes)
Min: Android 5.0 (Lollipop, API 21)
Target: Android 10 (Q, API 29)
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Uploaded September 8, 2021 at 6:22PM UTC by MarkDubya

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Disclaimer AdGuard for Android is not an open-source project. We use Github as an open bug tracker for users to see what developers are working on.

In this version we focused on updating CoreLibs. Namely, we dealt with the priority of existing modifiers and added several new ones: $denyallow$redirect-rule$removeheader, and $specifichide. It might be of interest to users who’d like to create their own ad filters. Besides, we’ve made userscript exclusions work properly and fixed all issues found.
We know you are waiting for v4.0, so are we. Trust us, it’s worth it.

Changelog

  • [Fixed] Proxy gets disabled after each AdGuard VPN update #3680
  • [Fixed] Stealth mode settings configured in the setup wizard are not applied #3747
  • [Fixed] AdGuard doesn't let users of the MEGA app log in #3837
  • [Fixed] "NetworkCallback was not registered" error when stopping protection #3870
  • [Fixed] Instagram doesn't work in Local HTTP Proxy mode (root access) #3879
  • [Fixed] NektoMe doesn't work when AdGuard is enabled #374
  • [Fixed] If a phone has access to an IPv6 connection, AdGuard for Android fails to connect to DNS-over-QUIC servers that are only accessible over IPv4 #3927
  • [Fixed] The issue with changing the language in the DNS section #3731
  • [Fixed] Root + Local HTTP proxy slowdown on Android 7 #3844
  • [Fixed] Check proxy connection status error #3848
  • [Fixed] TikTok doesn't work when AdGuard is enabled #3866
  • [Fixed] Wrong exclusions suggested for $removeparam rules in the filtering log #3873
  • [Fixed] Don't pass DNS64 settings to DNSLibs if IPv4 network interface is present #3886
  • [Fixed] Connection issues on Fujitsu devices
  • [Fixed] Issue with an expired security certificate
  • [Fixed] Extend public networks list to force IPv4 default route
  • [Fixed] com.android.browser connection issues on several devices
  • [Fixed] Stealth mode screen can't be scrolled
  • [Enhancement] Updated DnsLibs to v1.6.29 #3952
  • [Enhancement] DNS-over-QUIC (Removed "experimental" label) #3842
  • [Enhancement] Turkey - Turkcell VoWifi new IP address #3864
  • [Enhancement] Fanboy's Annoyance List's Subscription URL is broken #3865
  • [Enhancement] Enable HTTPS filtering by default for Edge Dev, Edge Beta, and Styx Browser #3897
  • [Enhancement] Do not hardcode excluding AdGuard VPN package from filtering #3923
  • [Enhancement] Added Yandex Browser to the list of browsers #3951

Updated CoreLibs to v1.8.163 #3945

  • [Fixed] Rule with $important modifier should has higher priority than rule with $all modifier #1440
  • [Fixed] Userscript exclusions do not work as they should #1425
  • [Enhancement] Add $denyallow modifier #1304
  • [Enhancement] Add $redirect-rule modifier #1303
  • [Enhancement] Add $removeheader modifier #1427
  • [Enhancement] Add $specifichide modifier #1166
  • [Enhancement] Add an option to send Global Privacy Control's Do NotSell signal to Stealth Mode #1451
  • [Enhancement] Improve the way negation works for $redirect rules #1388
  • [Other] Rules with $extension modifier unblock blocked requests #1350

This release does not have a Play Store Description, so we grabbed one from version 3.0.291:

AdGuard for Android is an ideal solution for Android mobile devices. In contrast to other ad blockers, AdGuard doesn't require root access and it provides a broad spectrum of features: filtering in apps, apps management and much more.

AdGuard is a unique no root ad blocker for Android that removes ads in apps and browsers, protects your privacy, and helps you manage your apps
Easy to set up and get going, but powerful and highly customizable — it has everything you'll ever need from an Android adblock tool, and it works both on rooted and unrooted devices.

Blocks ads everywhere
Block throughout the whole system. This includes video ads and ads in your favorite apps, browsers, games, and on any website you can imagine. Dozens of ad filters are available to you and are updated on a regular basis, guaranteeing the best filtering quality.
Cares about your privacy
We value the privacy of your personal data above anything else. With AdGuard, you will be safe from online trackers and analytics systems that lurk on the web trying to steal your sensitive information.
Saves your traffic
More ads blocked means fewer ads loaded. Fewer ads loaded means more traffic saved. Simple math by AdGuard! Download the apk file, install the app and spend your traffic on things you like instead of wasting it on voracious ads.
You stay in control
It is your device, after all, and you decide what gets filtered and what doesn’t. A wide range of settings — from basic to 'pro' — as well as an Apps Management tool will help you customize the filtering to your liking.
Manage your apps
You can completely shut down cellular/WiFi access for any app and just as easily as restore it. Thus, you control which apps transmit data.
Customize filtering
Don't want a particular app or browser to be filtered for whatever reason? No problem — one tap and it is excluded from filtering.

FAQ
What is the difference between AdGuard Content Blocker and AdGuard for Android?
The difference is huge. Content blockers in general are not only limited to specific (and few) browsers, but are much less potent in terms of ad fighting tools they have at their disposal. AdGuard for Android, being a standalone app, can block ads in all browsers and even in other apps, and the filtering quality is so much higher.
Why is AdGuard for Android not in the Google Play Store?
Google has a very peculiar policy towards ad blockers in Play Store. Basically, it means that any app that can block ads across the device is not allowed there, leaving flimsy content blockers as the only option. AdGuard has been removed from the Play Store as well.
What's the difference between free and Premium versions of AdGuard for Android?
While the free version is excellent at removing ads from browsers, it doesn't filter other apps' traffic. It also doesn't have the Safebrowsing feature.
I can still see ads in some apps and on some websites. What do I have to do?
Most likely, you need to enable the HTTPS filtering. A lot of ads are loaded via HTTPS, and AdGuard is capable of blocking them, too. Go to Settings --> HTTPS Filtering and turn it on. The other thing to do is to make sure you use the 'High quality' filtering mode (Settings --> Advanced).
Do I need root access?
No, it is not necessary. Unlike many other ad blockers, AdGuard can work in VPN mode, which lets it block ads even on non-rooted devices.
Can I use a different VPN app along with AdGuard?
Unfortunately, it is impossible to run two VPNs at the same time on Android, but there are some ways to circumvent this limitation. If your device is rooted, or if you only care about blocking ads in WiFi networks, you can switch AdGuard to proxy mode and let any other app to use VPN. Additionally, some VPNs allow the use of upstream proxy (e.g., PIA VPN, Nord VPN) — check if your specific VPN provides this option.

adguard.com/en/adguard-android/overview.html

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