10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Fast navigation
- Strips out unwanted visual content (like ads)
- Less data usage
- Needs more options
- Layout could be improved
- We expected it even faster
+ By SpaceNext
TextOnly is a browser that only displays readable content from websites
First off, it should to be said that, although this may seem a RSS reader, it's not. Most of people will use it just for reading blogs and articles on online newspaper. However, it overtakes a RSS reader: this is a browsers that doesn't load pictures in order to make reading easier and navigating something much faster.
TextOnly speed up your daily reading of articles early in the morning. Since it doesn't load any type of image, it strips out any intrusive content like ADS, CSS, sidebar or header. What's more, for those worried about data usage, it barely uses a few KB for each page (remember that what the heaviest elements on a website are pictures and gifts).
You can input by URL , RSS or Twitter URL. Tweets, articles and post are listed in a simple scrollable format. You can bookmark websites or articles for an easy access.
The main catch is that you can just "Go" to the URL or "Bookmark". There are no options like "Share", "Full Screen" "Downloads tab", "Data backup" and many other features that other browsers contain. The interface could also be improved. We wish that Spacenext, its developer will add more features as soon as possible.
Regarding navigation... is really fast, although we expected it even faster since it displays just readable content. Anyway, it's a good choice for those who are always reading articles from newspapers or blogs. This is the browser for those who put fast navigation before scenery. In a nutshell: for those who understand faster as more efficient.
TextOnly is a browser/reader which reduces data usage by 80-90% by displaying only readable content from webpages/webpages.It strips unwanted content like ads,scripts/images etc.
- Articles can be downloaded for Offline reading
- Bookmarks has been fixed
- Easy navigation
NewYork Times -http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/29/technology/personaltech/in-2011-app-developers-turned-attention-to-android.html (Mentioned as one of the top 10 apps for 2011)
TechCrunch (Top Tech blog) http://techcrunch.com/2011/12/02/textonly-app-only-gives-you-the-good-part-of-most-websites/
Wired (Top blog):
1.Ease of reading articles on websites
2.Strips out unwanted content like Ads,CSS,sidebar,header
3.Reduces Data usage by 80-90%
4.Multiple modes of reading(RSS/Links/Normal)
5.Read TextOnly pages from Google searcg
6.Supports more than 90% of websites except few
7.Almost all sites with a good RSS feed are supported
8.Articles would be listed in a simple format
9.Now you can open any links on Twitter/Facebook/Any app using TextOnly
9.Bookmarks to access sites easily.
IT's NOT A RSS FEED READER. IT'S SOMETHING MORE THAN THAT!
The app is currently in beta phase and we intend to develop this app based on constructive comments..Please let us know where we are lacking and how we can develop it further so that it would be useful for all.
This app works on more than 80% of sites..Please email me if the site your browsing is not compatible with my app before commenting here
Video in Brazilian top site :http://olhardigital.uol.com.br/produtos/central_de_videos/para-conexoes-lentas-elimine-fotos-pesadas-e-converta-sites-inteiros-em-texto
To view the browser version of it,visit http://textonly.in (This would work with any mobile browser_
Contact me @Ramanean on Twitter or email@example.com
Keywords: TextOnly Browser,TextOnly Reader
- Webpages/articles can be downloaded for offline reading
- Bookmarks has been added and fixed
- New navigation features for ease of use (Actionbar)
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Totally cuts through the bloated, ad laden, painfully slow, battery sucking Web pages and delivers the content. It doesn't work on some sites, and that's fine I just use a regular browser on those. Actually, I should add I use it together with a news grabber app that pulls headlines. It sort of sucks as a standalone browser. Lol.
I like the pretty colors
display most pages in text only, just blank
Exactly what i wanted.
Despite the title & description, this app is not a text browser