Details of Adguard Premium 2.9.70 Final [Block Ads Without Root]
App Name: Adguard [Block Ads Without Root]
Version: 2.9.70 Final Premium
Package ID: com.adguard.android
Requirements: Android 4.0.3+
File Size: 9.4 MB
[Added] $network basic rules modifier #1032
[Added] Support for exception rules #815
[Changed] The behavior of the third-party modifier #891
[Changed] Websites cache is now suppressed after filters change #946
[Fixed] $replace rules aren’t applied to .m3u8 files content #1060
[Fixed] Regular expressions with $ symbol aren’t processed properly #1027
[Added] An option to not filter HTTPS on websites with ‘Extended Validation’ certificate #934
Adguard for Windows users are familiar with this option already. Extended Validation SSL certificates grant that the owner of the certificate has gone through a very strict process of verification. The trust for such certificate owners is much higher – those are usually banks, other financial organizations etc. Often times there are zero or close to zero ads on their websites, and filtering them is excessive anyway – it only increases the chance to break something useful.
[Changed] VPN autopause is now disabled by default for new Android devices (Pixel, Nexus with Nougat) #1000
From the beginning, the VPN autopause functionality was not ‘a feature’. It is a workaround for some known Android issues and bugs. For example, tethering could not work along with a VPN, or Adguard’s network access could be denied in power saving mode.
It seems that all these issues are sorted out in the newest Android devices, so we have disabled autopause functionality for them. You can turn it back ON in Adguard’s low-level settings if needed.
[Fixed] HTTPS filtering in Nougat-targeted apps #979
[Fixed] Amazon license check hangs while doing the background check #1121
[Improved] Active proxy connections closing time was reduced #990
[Imporved] AG styles are protected from disabling now #947
[Added] Bulk change functionality for the Apps Management section #1063
Available from the context menu that we have already mentioned above, it grants a fast and easy access to the most common settings that can be applied to all apps at once.
[Added] A new advanced preference: a list of networks which LAN should be filtered for #1154
Initially, there was just a bug that prevented Adguard from filtering ads in Moscow subway Wi-Fi network. Turned out that wi-fi.ru is located inside of a LAN, which we exclude by default. Rather than making an exception for this particular network, we decided to choose a more broad approach and create a new preference.
[Changed] Aggregate all removed apps stats in one item #806
[Changed] ‘Blocked’ pages markup was updated #1029
[Changed] Translations were updated #1138
[Changed] ‘Notification without icon’ mode is made default for ‘Notification icon’ setting #988
[Changed] Locale-specific number format is used now on the main screen #1117
[Changed] ‘Removed apps’ package icons now appear inactive in the apps list #1105
[Fixed] Data stats are shown for Adguard app in Apps Management #889
[Fixed] ‘Learn more’ button link resolves to an undefined page #1113
[Fixed] FAQ UI is broken on Android 5.1.1 when you highlight the text #1097
[Fixed] The quick settings tile doesn’t highlight/shade when you toggle the protection #1100
[Improved] ‘App details’ activity is sped up considerably #1099
[Improved] pref.filtered.ports setting now can understand port ranges #830
[Added] ‘Watchdog period’ advanced setting #1067
Depending on the firmware, Android might be very aggressive to background services, killing them really frequently. In Adguard case this aggressive behavior may be truly destructive. This feature starts a special ‘watchdog’ service, which keeps Adguard’s main process alive. However, it is disabled by default as most of the Android devices do not suffer from the ‘random process killing’ issue.
[Added] ABVPN filter #1015
[Added] Hungarian filter #1011
[Added] Adguard French filter #1127
[Changed] Default HTTPS exclusions list was updated #1116
[Changed] ‘Update only over WiFi’ option is grayed out when automatic filters update is disabled #953
[Fixed] Crash while updating Adguard #1086
[Fixed] ‘Filters autoupdate period’ graying out bug #956
[Fixed] Premium license expiration notification is shown after the first installation #1062
[Fixed] Cannot send MMS when Adguard is in Proxy+Auto filtering mode #1058
[Fixed] VpnService.prepare crashes due to XPosed module #1084
[Fixed] An attempt to get a license from within the app makes Adguard crash when there’s no browser installed #1112
[Fixed] Compatibility issues
[Improved] UDP connections handling was reworked #906
Adguard Premium 2.9.70 Final [Block Ads Without Root] Apk
tempohari.com — 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:
1. Removes ads and online tracking code directly from the page.
2. Checks a page against our database of phishing and malicious sites.
3. Checks apps downloaded from unknown sources.
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