Can blocked ads be replaced by a custom image or other URL?

Discussion in 'Discussion (AdGuard for Android)' started by Pookie, Sep 30, 2018.

  1. Pookie

    Pookie New Member

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    So every time I see blocked ads, it usually looks something like this:

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    I'm just wondering if there's a way to make these blocked ads look better since this is pretty ugly to see all over websites.

    Could I make a custom, local HTML file that's maybe just a light gray box or something similar and have all blocked ads appear with this? Or something similar?
     
  2. jslawler

    jslawler Beta Tester

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    Can you paste the link for the website you're seeing this one?
     
  3. Pookie

    Pookie New Member

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    This happens via the Google News app, not on standard websites. So this is essentially the built-in-app browser (assuming it's based on Chrome), though I've seen similar types of things in other apps as well.
     
  4. jslawler

    jslawler Beta Tester

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    I don't see this issue on AdGuard 3.0 on Android.
    Have you tested Google News without AdGuard activated?
    Have you tried reinstalling the app?
     
  5. Pookie

    Pookie New Member

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    I'm on Adguard 2.12. Has 3.0 been officially released?
     
  6. jslawler

    jslawler Beta Tester

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    It is currently out as a nightly, however when I viewed your issue the first time, I was on 2.12.
     
  7. Pookie

    Pookie New Member

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    Well I'm happy to try this on 3.0 but I think it's still going to be there. The devs said they'd try to include an ad replacement feature post 3.0.