How do we look?

A big Thank You! to all who submitted to our new logo contest. We’re going over the submissions now and making sure that everything is good with the Pi Department. We’ll open up voting in just a little bit, so keep a look out!  

Last Chance To Win A Pi Zero By Designing Our New Logo

The contest deadline is Friday, July 8th. Please make sure your submissions are sent to before than. The winner’s design will be featured on our site and serve as our logo for the foreseeable future.

We’ll Send You A Free Raspberry Pi Zero If You Design Us A New Logo

Contest deadline is Friday, July 8th. Make sure you send us your design to before then! Due to some legal issues, we are going to have to part ways with the multi-colored berry logo ????. At the time we started using it, we never expected the project to gain so much popularity, and as…
Read more

Adafruit Blocks Ads Network-wide In Less Than 30 Minutes Using Pi-hole

Adafruit just did a live stream of installing Pi-hole and exploring the Web interface. Watch as Tony blocks ads on his iPad in a matter of minutes!

Pi-hole 2.7 Core / 1.3 Web Released With A Long-Awaited Feature!

Thanks for everyone who has been donating (or supporting us through other means). We are happy to release the latest version of Pi-hole. How To Update Until we get Py-hole up and running, just use our weird, quirky method of running the installer again (an actual updater is coming at some point):

Pi-hole Core 2.6.3 Released

Check out out 2.7 / 1.3 released today! 2016-06-11 A small release to fix a few and improve a few things:

Py-hole, Plus Our YouTube Channel

Revamp We are fast approaching the limitations of using bash to control Pi-hole, so we are going to try to re-code the project in Python. As we have been discussing how to implement new features and fixes, we keep coming back to the need to revamp the code. If it works, switching to Python will…
Read more

Thank You For 1,000 Stars On Github!

When I first started Pi-hole over two years ago, I never expected it to become such a big project. I just want to say thanks to all our users and to everyone who has contributed to the project; it’s satisfying to see how open source works.

Have Your Pi And Eat It, Too is a small operation and does not use advertisements, so the only source of revenue come from your donations, which keeps Pi-hole free and open source. But now there is a way you can support us, block ads, and support your favorite free Websites:

Pi-hole Stats In Your Mac’s Menu Bar

Here’s a fun project to supplement your Pi-hole: view your stats in a pull-down menu from OS X’s menu bar. [UPDATE]: v3.0 uses numbers instead of strings, so you will need to modify this script to have it work with v3.0.