AdGuard: Content Blocker for S

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About this app

AdGuard Content Blocker

Adblocker Only for Yandex.Browser and Samsung Internet with customizable filters.

AdGuard Content Blocker is a free Android app that blocks ads in the Yandex browser and Samsung Internet mobile browser without root permissions. This AdGuard’s ad-blocking app works specifically in these two web browsers.

Save battery and data
Intrusive ads distract your attention and steal your time, and heavy-media ads, especially video ads, also drain your battery and data on your device. With AdGuard Content Blocker, you'll finally be able to leave the house without a charger and treat yourself to an extra coffee thanks to the data you saved.

20+ adblock lists
Choose from the most complete of all the existing filter lists, designed both by our highly skilled specialists and by prominent community members. Enable general lists that cover most common ads, and combine them with language-specific lists to ensure the best protection in your country: France, Spain, Germany, Korea, and other countries and language regions.

Support your favorite websites and content creators by adding their websites to the list of exceptions. You can whitelist entire domains or specific pages. There’s no need to turn AdGuard off every time you're about to visit a known, trustworthy website that doesn't have any intrusive ads.

Custom filters
Our app gives you control over the filtering process. Add your own custom rules to block ads or hide any elements on the page, and allow them back at any point in the future.

Secure your privacy
AdGuard Team considers users' privacy as a main priority. We have years of experience in developing award-winning ad-blocking and privacy protection tools. Also, we’ve made a name for ourselves as a vigilant guardian of online safety by publishing multiple research papers in which we expose hazardous apps and unveil shady schemes used to steal your personal data.

Open Source
AdGuard Content Blocker is an open-source ad blocker with the full project code available on GitHub: We want to be as transparent as possible to our users.
Updated on
Mar 31, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
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85.7K reviews
Donika Miller
September 21, 2022
This works really well in terms of blocking everything, but unfortunately that includes EVERYTHING. Can't click through Google searche results (both paid ads and regular), can't use maps, can't really play any games, lagging and dragging with everything I try to do. Changing settings doesn't help. Turning it off instantly solves the problem, so unfortunately I need to unsubscribe and uninstall. Edit: this review pertains to phone use only.
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Hi Im Cake
April 1, 2022
When you run the app, setup everything you want enabled, and then restart your phone; you'll get a solid experience when you start to notice that your phones battery can last a whole day on a single charge while running Adguard in the background 24/7. This means it's incredibly lightweight & doesn't boggle down the performance of your phone with no compensation for either & it does a very good job of preventing ads. Especially in games. Though if you have this on, you'll block video ads, etc.
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Alex Tom
May 28, 2022
I bought adguard a couple of years ago. Bought it as a lifetime purchase. after 2 years it stopped working as it was supposed to do, now all the ads are on the screen as before, either on the computer desk or on the smartphone and it's annoying. Now they demand that I subscribe to the premium program, which is essentially the same amount as for the lifetime program. I see no reason to continue to subscribe with them, because in a year or two they will again stop working properly.
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Minor fixes