anWriter HTML editor

Contains ads
14.7K reviews
Content rating
Mature 17+
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About this app

anWriter HTML editor helps you to write code:
It offers an autocompletion support for: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, LaTeX (PHP, SQL in pro version).

It supports modern technologies:
It offers an autocompletion support for HTML 5, CSS 3, jQuery, Bootstrap, and Angular

It supports FTP:
You can download a file from the FTP server, send a file to the FTP server, and browse directories on the FTP server.

It allows previewing web pages in application:
Allow you to get a quick preview of your web page in an internal viewer. You don't need to open a browser. The integrated viewer has a JS error console.

It supports not only web technologies:
Besides HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP our editor supports syntax highlighting for C/C++, Java, SQL, Python, LaTeX. Also, it offers autocompletion for C and Python standard functions and keywords.

It is small:
Less than 2 MB installation file.

WARNING! Current version of the editor fully supports only English-like scripts (Latin, Cyrillic, Greek etc.)South and Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern scripts support will be added in future releases.

Most of Android text editors today is very simple notepad like editors.
You can use our editor as a simple notepad, bit it offers features of a powerful IDE. Like in most powerful IDEs, its features allow to significantly increase coding speed, compared with a usual notepad. anWriter is much lighter than most IDE, but at the same time much more powerful, than most of notepad like editors.

Full list of features:

- Syntax highlighting for HTML, CSS, JavaScript, XML, PHP, SQL, LaTeX, C/C++, Java, Python languages
- Web pages preview in the internal viewer.
- Autocompletion for HTML tags and attributes including user created class names and Ids
- Autocompletion for JavaScript objects, variables and functions
- Autocompletion for CSS selectors, rules and attributes
- Autocompletion for Bootstrap and AngularJS classes and attributes
- Autocompletion for jQuery functions and selectors
- Autocompletion for keywords and standard library functions for C/C++ and Python languages
- Autocompletion for LaTeX commands.
- Downloading files from the FTP server
- Uploading files to the FTP server
- Browse directories on the FTP server
- Bottom toolbar with most used characters and cursor controls.
- Search and replace, using regular expressions
- Unlimited undo
- Different codepages support
- Line numbering
- Copy/paste
- Several opened files at the same time
- JavaScript error console in the internal viewer
- Hardware keyboard support
- Font size settings

The integrated HTML viewer has some limitations: it does not support the input tag with type= “file”. If you want to test such HTML file, open it in a browser.
Updated on
Aug 15, 2021

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Ratings and reviews

13.9K reviews
A Google user
February 1, 2019
So far so GOOD! I beleave the developers of this app has put a lot of work into it's delevopment. The only bug I encountered that trouble me was vanishing code. The disappearing text is usually only a line or two of text at the end of the program. And is pretty easy to find and correct. I realize has issues, it is pretty good and a work in progress.
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Steven Villarreal
February 18, 2023
It does have ads in between running the code, but it doesn't pop up every time, and you can easily exit out of them in seconds. As for the editor itself, it's great, has all the features that make it usable, perfect for when you need to try some code real quick and can't access your computer.
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Aditya Nair
January 18, 2023
Cursor movements suck! When i try to move the cursor by touching on a particular portion, the cursor just doesn't go there. What makes it even worse is that when i use the keyboard cursor control it only moves in left direction only. Either you guys just fix this issue or allow cursor control for both ways. Please address this issue as soon as possible, because its a very irritating experience.
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