Block ads for life for as low as $13

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Nov 8, 2023
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Whether you’re on your own or looking out for the whole family, you can block ads and protect your privacy using AdGuard. Personal and Family lifetime plans are on sale for $12.97 and $16.97, respectively, but only until November 16.

Ads are a frustration that are hard to avoid. It may take dedicated cybersecurity software to block all the ads you encounter while browsing or watching videos, and AdGuard may be up to the task. 

AdGuard is an advanced ad blocker that has plans for individuals and families. This cybersecurity software can both block ads and help you protect your privacy online, and it’s on sale for a short time. Through November 16, you can get an AdGuard Personal plan for $12.97 or Family plan for $16.97 — both accessible for life. 

Block ads on multiple devices 

AdGuard’s Personal Plan covers three devices while the Family Plan lets you connect nine. Both are only available to new users and work for desktop or mobile devices. Both plans work the same and could help you quickly clear out banner ads, pop-ups, and video ads across all connected devices

This ad blocker doesn’t just get rid of ads. You can also use it to help block malware and phishing websites, and parents can use it to restrict access to inappropriate content for their kids. 

Save on a lifetime of ad blocking

Whether you’re clearing out ads and protecting your own data or looking out for the whole family, AdGuard may be able to cover all your bases with comprehensive ad blocking and malware protection. Until November 16 at 11:59 p.m. PT, check out these deals:

Prices subject to change.


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  1. Content blocker user said on November 9, 2023 at 9:44 am

    I find the “Adguard for Windows” app to non-negligibly slows down connections through my browser compared with their browser extension.
    Also their filter lists seem to permanently grow in size, without cleanups like Easylist (for example Adguard Tracking Protection filter is 39277 rules vs 13116 rules for EasyPrivacy). Maybe i’m overreaching but that rings bloated to me.

  2. Michael said on November 9, 2023 at 5:04 am

    It’s going to get to where we can’t use the net for these ads? They see they can make more $, having the user pay to block ads? And I don’t like it.

  3. dial said on November 8, 2023 at 2:38 pm

    or as low as 0 with ublock origin. or disabling cookies and javascript.

    1. Anonymous said on November 8, 2023 at 7:04 pm

      @dial uBlock doesn’t block ads on your apps… only in the Browser, and only in the ones with Extension API, that means Firefox and Kiwi and Yandex.
      You know, there are more connections to the internet than ‘browser’, many apps will track you especially on mobile, and adding a Firewall is not as easy as you can do it on desktop.

      Adguard’s Browser extension is free, that’s not the point here. Adguard home is free, and their public DNS are also free, but that’s also not the point of this premium service either.

      And BTW, Adguard has more features than uBlock, it doesn’t mean it is faster, but it has more, plus their filter maintainers are more responsible and not as weird as uBlock, so Adguard list tend to test things more and break less.

      There is a reason why uBlock has been adding more and more compatibility with Adguard filter lists, and uBlock is the one porting Adguard implementations like all Adguard scriptlet injections to uBlock.

      Plus Adguard has a userscript manager, where uBlock doesn’t, which can give more ways to block ads or add ‘features’ to the browser uBlock can’t.

      But anyway, the premium version is for the APPS not the Extensions, so it has nothing to do with uBlock. Obviously you can use free DNS adblocker apps, or Adguard home or Adguard public DNS, but you an also pay for it and being able to set it up better, just like you can use freemium nextDNS or pay for it and do a similar job.

      1. Anonymous said on November 9, 2023 at 6:19 pm

        > uBlock is the one porting Adguard implementations like all Adguard scriptlet injections to uBlock

        What is this?

        github dot com/AdguardTeam/Scriptlets/issues?q=is%3Aissue+ublock

      2. HelpDeskUNtilIDie said on November 9, 2023 at 5:22 pm

        You sold me. I’m going to finally give in and pick this up.

    2. bruh said on November 8, 2023 at 4:21 pm

      This is hilarious, they allowed comments on an advertisement?

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