Sony Xperia Active with Android 4.04. Tiny, free and add free application that does exactly what it is supposed to do. Basically, it is as if the application types for you in the browser address bar the path of the HTML file saved in your device internal storage when you open this file from your file manager. Tried from Total Commander with success. Therefore the result will depend on the browser that you select, and not on this application. Will not work with Opera Mini as Opera Mini loads from Opera servers the pages after optimization by Opera servers: Opera Mini cannot open HTML files saved on internal storage. You can select the default browser that will open the file, or you can make the application display all the available browsers for you to choose. You can donate if you want but it is not mandatory. On Motorola Defy+ with Android 2.3, and ES File Explorer this application is not necessary, the HTML file will open in the default browser when launched from ES File Explorer. Thanks to the developers.
Good for viewing HTML offline. This app allows a user to view HTML they have created on the device on all browsers on the device giving a better overall picture of the way the HTML will behave before posting it and discovering it appears awful or crazy on some browsers. Its weakness is it occasionally offers an app that is not a browser such as blue light filter
Really!!?? So I don't know nothing about the app. Fig I'd try it due to it being Free....Then again tht thought went out the window...Due to the first thing it does is ask for money. So needless to say I Uninstalled it.
Needs more Working on a website but I'm unable to pull my files and stylesheets attached to the html file. Would rate 5 star if I was able to see the full website.
Deceptive I don't mind paying for an app, but to pop up a screen asking for a buck (with no way to bypass it) before you can use a "free" app is wrong. Uninstalled.
Lets you view a local HTML file in your browser without having to type file///:<full pathname from root> This app is not actually a browser but rather a browser selector for viewing s local HTML file. Not all browsers work. For instance Opera Mini does not work. Full Opera works very well. Some browsers bunch the text to the left such as stock browsers before kit kat. You may want to download a browser for viewing html rather than for searching the web.
* ability to create shortcuts on desktop
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