Thank you for your quick reply.
I have some more questions.
1. If I have an ad-blocking subscription active under Privacy menu, like AdGuard SDN, do I have to enable a custom DNS (like AdGuard DNS) or is it redundant?
2. At first I didn't understand how Firefox for iOS was blocking ads even...
I realize that choosing AdGuard own DNS is the easiest way to set an adblocking mechanism system-wide.
However, I'd like to keep using my ISP DNS, so a DNS blacklist looks like a reasonable option.
Is there any list with ads hosts (like EasyList) that's compatible with AdGuard Pro DNS...
You can only add Adguard DNS to wifi connection. By using Adguard Pro and its fake VPN mechanism, you can also add the custom DNS to cellular data traffic.
So, Adguard Pro for iOS is basically the option to set custom DNS for cellular data and to configure blacklists with simplified domain name...
I've just installed AdGuard Pro and noticed that it's not blocking ads in Tapatalk app.
Other apps have their ads correctly blocked (like Safari with AdGuard content blocker, websites open with Facebook built-in browser etc.), but Tapatalk still shows ads everywhere.
What do you mean with "as networks" still being blocked? I know Adguard Pro doesn't block ads in Facebook app timeline, but how about links opened in its (shitty) built-in browser?
And what would those "cosmetic rules" be?