I think the idea is brilliant! If you have no data can't beat getting the www for free at the price of speeds resembling old dial up modems of the 90's... The concept of course is in beta so any coarks will have to be smoothed out and refined into its optimal potential in do time.
Great Concept! I have an unlimited data plan with T-Mobile but I just heard of this app and decided to give it a try. It is a really great concept but it is a little too slow for me. This would be a great app for someone who doesn't have data but needs to get data every once in a while.
Great app but I am having a problem... I have a Galaxy S5 on Sprint with unlimited data but I love the concept and am a geek when it comes to stuff like this and wanted to try it. The problem isn't with the connection it's that the app just displays the raw HTML code and doesn't compile it into a usable web page. I can copy and paste the code and save it into a text file and open it as a web page just fine but that sort of defeats the purpose. It would be a rather easy fix to just add a webkit or if there is one in there then enable it.
I thought of it first :-( I have been trying to do this for longer than I can remember. Unfortunately... I don't have the problem solving skills required to make my app work properly. For example; I would have NEVER thought of using a server to handle all the app requests. I was trying to make the requests work using P2P tech.. Your creative thinking skills are second to none. P.S. That thing with the .PNG Files... Absolute genius
Not a bad app at all but it doesn't work on my note 3 on t-mobile. I'm getting permanent failure notification in text messages...
Problem displaying the page I wish this would work on my aT&T Nexus 5. Downloading the page works fine, but the browser shows me the HTML source code; it doesnt display the page as it's supposed to look like. Please HELP.
Added provisional support for AT&T and Sprint, and untested support for Verizon, Virgin, Cricket, Straight Talk, US Cellular, Viaero.