Adguard Premium provides you with a reliable and manageable protection that immediately and without your participation filters the loading web pages. Adguard Premium removes all the annoying ads, blocks loading of dangerous websites, and will not allow anyone to track your activities on the Internet.
Adguard Premium uses local VPN technology to filter traffic without ROOT privileges. This means that VPN server is embedded right in your device so there is no need in additional remote connections. After running the app, it immediately starts to filter all your Internet bandwidth quietly and quickly.
When processing a web page, Adguard Premium does several things at once:
- Removes ads and online tracking code directly from the page.
- Checks a page against our database of phishing and malicious sites.
- Checks apps downloaded from unknown sources.
[Added] Support for Extended CSS and Extended Selectors
Extended CSS support is a very important addition in terms of future (and present) possibilities that it opens for ad blocking. Extended CSS is a module for applying CSS styles with extended selection properties. Basically, it means that we will be able to select and, therefore, block some elements that we would not be able to block otherwise. Currently we support following pseudo-classes: -ext-has ( :has ), -ext-contains ( :contains ), -ext-matches-css ( :matches-css ).
‘Extended selector’ is a technical term, but what hides behind it? With extended selectors support, we can much more easily create some rules that were very, very hard to create earlier. Notably, this concerns rules required to block such things as ‘Sponsored posts’ on Facebook.
[Added] ‘pref.filtered.ports’ added to low level settings – advanced users can now add new ports to filter
[Added] $websocket content type modifier – it will enable to use rules written exclusively for WebSocket connections
[Added] $important rule modifier
[Improved] Increased content filtering rules maximum length limit
[Improved] HAR file writer, which is used for debugging purposes
[Improved] QUIC-connections blocking for the Chrome browser
[Fixed] Inconsistent behavior of $image rule modifier
[Added] ‘Installation date’ to the app details screen
[Added] A Quick Settings tile for Android N and up
[Changed] Apps Management screen is automatically updated when new app is installed – no need to restart Adguard anymore
[Changed] ‘Apps and Statistics’ section renamed to ‘Apps Management’ and brought to the main menu
[Improved] Filter editor now recognizes lines starting with “!” as commentaries in user-imported filters
[Fixed] Time format on main screen now follows system settings
[Added] VPN restart feature
[Changed] IPv4 connections now have priority over IPv6 connections
[Fixed] Wi-Fi calling for AT&T
[Improved] Adguard automatically detects when Adguard’s certificate is moved to system certificate storage (Helps with https filtering in Android N+)
[Fixed] Issue with traffic slipping through firewall
Finally, it’s time for Adguard for Android 2.8 to come to light! It brings the ad blocking quality to the next level with several big novelties such as Simplified domain names filter or extended CSS support. Many new low-level settings will allow advanced users to customize app to their liking, and for all the rest we bring quite a few quality of life improvements and bugfixes. We hope everyone finds something useful in the new Adguard for Android version.
Compatibility issues fixed:
* Google Allo
* Yandex Mail
* Apple Music
* Google Duo
* Panda Antivirus
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