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[APP][4.0.3+] Umbrella - No Root Ad Blocker, Antivirus and Firewall

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Umbrella Support

New member
Mar 24, 2016
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Introduction

Hello, all!
I'd like to present you Umbrella for Android. It is a tool designed to make web surfing of Android users more comfortable and safe.

Umbrella - protecting your mobile device from all advertising, viruses, malicious sites and web-tracking.
ROOT not required!

Features:
- Block all advertising
- Blocking the loading of applications from third-party sources
- Block out sites distributing malicious content
- Block out fraudulent sites
- Firewall
- Be informed about visiting premium (paid) sites
- Protect from surveillance (banners, tracking, social networks, etc)
- Hide the user identifying information
- Enhanced privacy mode
- Speeding up the Internet

Images

Here are some screenshots of Umbrella for Android app:



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Installation

 
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peterdavidlee

Member
Feb 23, 2015
29
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Thank you for this powerful yet simple app.
Here are my suggestions:
1. Since you have promoted "umbrella" at XDA, I hope you could add extra features for root user.
2. The "internet for browsers only" in firewall setting offers too little explanation and although I understand it, I couldn't find out the pop out explanation again after closed for the first time.
3. There are no such interface for antivirus and surveillance protection.
4. Your app does work but it doesnt look attractive. I believe the way you design your app interface is equally important in developing the features.
I believe this app will attract more user in very near future. All the best!
 

Primokorn

Senior Member
Nov 17, 2012
11,464
7,707
Which hosts are you using?
"Block all advertising" => How can you be 100% sure? Even YouTube videos that are monetized?
 

leechseed

Senior Member
Jun 27, 2012
874
221
Looks promising but to little settings. A protocol would also be nice.

Its like an alternative to NetGuard.
 

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