|Main Feature||Ad Blocker|
|Last Updated||August 2, 2021|
The open source program AdAway blocks ads using the hosts file on Android. It is an app used to manage host files, but you need to root your phone in order to use it.
Moreover, it does not directly block ads; it blocks servers that disperse ads to websites instead. Some Android apps also work well when the host file entries are modified. Also check lost life apk & iHeartRadio for more features.
- Writing hosts files to system partitions requires root access
- Downloading hosts files from the Internet
- To export lists to SD card, modify or delete the SD card content
- AdAway updates on the device in the background when the wakelock is activated
- Google Play Billing: To donate via Google Play Store
Mod Version Includes:
- Icons based on Galaxy Note 8 and Nougat
- Removing all languages except en, uk, and ru
- Libraries left only for arm
How to Download and Install AdAway Mod APK?
- Open the device’s security settings.
- Make the system allow the installation of mobile utilities from unknown sources by checking the box.
- Click here to download the file
- In the File Manager, locate the download folder.
- Install the APK file, and everything else is done automatically.
Reviewed By Herpus Derpus:
Had it for several years, but recent update made the app completely useless. It now shows you an ad when you launch the app, without a single website loaded, so it’s embedded in the app itself. Even shows a loading screen with the app’s logo before launching the ad and the ‘x’ button is unavailable for a few seconds, forcing you to look at the ad. Entirely defeats the point of this app, it’s even worse than an ad banner because it prevents you from browsing. Time to find a different browser.
Reviewed By Angel Acero:
You say there’s no ads that are run by the application, but every time i open the app there is a loading screen with YOUR app’s logo and a loading bar, once it finishes loading and AD run. It’s LITERALLY THERE. The google description also states it “may” contain ads. I see what you’re doing. You’re trying to trick the user into thinking it doesn’t, when IT DOES contain ads. Man this app was perfect too. Gotta go after the bag i guess. That’s cool, i’ll just go for another app lol.
Reviewed By R:
I’ve had Adblock browser on my tablet for four months, loved it, but come September 2021, it suddenly stopped working. First it suddenly closed while I was browsing. When I opened it up again all my tabs were gone. When I tried entering an address in the URL field, it closed again. After that, each time I tried opening the browser it would flash up onto the screen and immediately close. Uninstalling it was difficult. On the main screen I held my finger on the icon for the browser so I could uninstall it, and the box with options would only flash up for a second, then disappear. I finally managed to hit “Uninstall” before the box closed, and uninstalled it. I’ve just reinstalled it, and it seems to work OK, but I’ve lost all my browsing history. I had several tabs with important information open, and now I have to start all over again. A real shame and I hope the makers can fix the problem if this was an app update situation. Ideally the app would just update and not lose all my prior information, not just suddenly crash like that. Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite tablet.
Reviewed By Matthew:
The latest update makes you watch an ad before you can get to the search engine itself. The entire point of downloading this is to not watch ads. Duh. And just like that you’ve been uninstalled and replaced. ✌️
If you are not satisfied with this app, you may check its alternative apps.