AdGuard Pro — adblock 4+

adblocker and anti-tracking

Adguard Software Limited

    • $12.99



AdGuard is an ultra-efficient ad blocker for Safari. It will not only remove annoying ads but also secure your privacy with advanced tracking protection. AdGuard for iOS is an open source app, it’s totally transparent and safe to use.


- Safari ad blocking. Removes all kinds of ads in Safari. Say goodbye to annoying banners, pop-ups and video ads. Whitelist your favorite websites or use manual blocking tool to hide any element on the page.

- Privacy protection. The web is full of trackers that literally watch your every click. AdGuard offers a selection of filters aimed directly at trackers and web analytics that will ensure your private data stays that way.

- Speed acceleration. Safari browser runs up to 4x faster. AdGuard removes tons of rubbish and you can freely surf the web!

- Reduced traffic consumption and increased battery life. Banners and ads sometimes add up to half the size of the page. By blocking them, you’re saving your battery life and Wi-Fi/mobile traffic.

- More than 50 popular subscriptions (EasyList, EasyPrivacy, etc.) plus AdGuard's own powerful ad filters, including language-specific filters. Together they don't leave ads a chance.


AdGuard Pro includes the following features:

- Custom filters. Add your own filters by URL even if they are not on the default list.

- DNS privacy. Blocking regular online trackers is not enough if you want to assure 100% protection of your online privacy. Choose any of the user-favorite DNS providers or configure a custom DNS server.

- Security filters. Protect yourself from dangerous websites riddled with cryptojacking or fraud.

* Privacy policy:
* Terms of Use:


AdGuard is a leading company in developing ad blocking software for multiple platforms. For more than ten years AdGuard has been helping millions of users enjoy safe, clean, and fast internet.

Follow us at @AdGuard on Twitter, on FB or send us a message at

What’s New

Version 4.5.3

Important improvements for the DNS protection feature: no more DNS leaks and connection instability when changing networks. Updated libraries that are essential for the app’s performance: DnsLibs, TSUrlFilter and Scriptlets.
> Starting with this version, AdGuard for iOS supports only iOS 13 or later.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
453 Ratings

453 Ratings

mister_willy ,


Good for safari but doesn’t really work for in-app ads like youtube and others.

Question for the developers; is there a way to setup the app to block in-app ads? I’m using the pro version in full tunnel mode. Thanks.

Update Xmas day 2019: Great local VPN ad blocker. It works fine for 90% of cases. 4/5 stars because the app will crash when there are too many block requests. For example, I cannot use it with google news; the vpn is constantly crashing and restarting. It doesn’t block youtube ads, but I don’t blame the vpn. Google’s youtube ads are likely not blockable on an iOS VPN. I’m not an expert though.

Developer Response ,


You need to set up AdGuard DNS manually (; to block ads in apps. In some cases ads are loaded from the main domains, so those domains can't be blocked. (youtube, instagram, fb, twitter apps).

upd: Hi again! Did you try new AdGuard v2.0.2? How it goes?

koma312 ,

By far the best one out there!

This app has really impressed me. The free version I was using for a long time offers great functionality and the high level of quality and performance made it an easy decision to upgrade to the pro version.

I really respect their business model of offering a free, uncrippled functional product and having it prove itself worthy of buying.

Developer Response ,


njrsguignreg ,

The multiple filters feature is really nice but privacy concerns...

It blocks 95% of ads and the anti-disable adblock mechanism works well.

However, i hope someone can explain whether is it the same policy for iOS content blocker as the extension found on the mac App store regarding privacy/access to browsing history.

The mac safari extension has two additional components: the adguard icon and advanced blocking, both of them can access sensitive information if enabled (according to apple). The remaining 6 components: social, privacy, other, ... do not have ANY permission to data access web page i visited. And so I’m only comfortable using those 6 only.

However, settings for iOS safari content blocker says it differently, “....content blockers can’t send any info about what was blocked back to the app”. Although there’s no adguard icon or any other components asking for access, does that mean the same thing like on the mac version, where adguard just tell safari what to block and can’t access my private browsing data (like adguard icon on mac)?

App Privacy

The developer, Adguard Software Limited, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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