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Code Peeker Lite Source Reader

Code Peeker Lite Source Reader

50,000 - 100,000 downloads

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If you want to simply read your source code with syntax highlighting, look up snippets or cool solutions on-the-go then Code Peeker is for you!

It's a great little code reader (note: not read, NOT an editor) that enhances current coding knowledge by highlighting your past coding expertise.

This app has been selected to be part of the Google Play for Education program and currently used in schools as a teaching aid.

With Code Peeker you can share coding success tricks during a job-interview or meetings. It'll make you look much better than promising "I don't know. Let me get back to you on that one".

Code Peeker will open and highlight any supported code language (and unicode/utf-8) you throw at it.

It'll also:
- Mark the line number
- Provides a built-in file browser (in case your phone doesn't have one)
- Opens from both external SD and internal memory!
- Supports other file browsers (Dropbox, File Expert, FX, Astro File Manager, etc)

Code Peeker Pro includes:
- Theming capabilities for easy reading
- Access to recently opened files
- Shortcut to quickly open files straight from the home screen
- Ability to map unrecognised file extensions to known syntax formatting

It supports a wide variety of new and old languages such as:
- C/C++ (c, cc, cpp, h, hpp)
- C# (c-sharp, csharp, cs)
- CSS
- Java
- JavaScript (js, jscript)
- PHP
- Python (py)
- Ruby (rails, ror)
- XML (xml, xaml, xslt, html, xhtml)

- ActionScript 3 (as3)
- AppleScript
- Cold Fusion
- Delphi/Pascal
- Diff/patch files
- Erlang
- Groovy
- JavaFX (jfx)
- Perl (pl)
- PowerShell (ps)
- Sass
- Scala
- SQL
- Terminal scripts (bash, shell, sh, rc, conf)
- Visual Basics (vb, vbnet)
- Verilog & System Verilog (v, sv)

If Code Peeker can't recognize the file extension, it'll give you the option to select a format or show the source as plain text (no color highlighting, but at least you still can read it).

Got a feature request or a file that won't highlight properly? Just contact me via email (It's hard to communicate via Play Store comments)

IMPORTANT:
- It is 100% free code viewer.
- No creepy permissions required.
- No secret Internet connectivity required.
- No ads!

If you're happy with it and want to support me, please grab a copy of Code Peeker Pro =)

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Recently changed in this version

v1.961 Lite + Pro
- fixed missing icons for lower resolutions

v1.96 Lite + Pro
- fixed a bug which prevented user from scrolling both vertically and horizontally at the same time
- updated the icon to something nicer


Comments and ratings for Code Peeker Lite Source Reader
  • (62 stars)

    by Michael Avanessian on 01/01/2014

    This app appears to be broken. It opens code files defaulting to a gigantic font size with no apparent way to zoom out to see the the full width of the code. If there's no way to fix this, I'd say this app is a total FAIL.

  • (62 stars)

    by Styopa Semenukha on 29/12/2013

    Needs no permissions: a big plus! Unfortunately, can't zoom out after some hardcoded limit, you can't read long lines. Needs "hilight code as " selection.

  • (62 stars)

    by Sophia Shapira on 25/12/2013

    Won't open anything

  • (62 stars)

    by john hacket on 26/11/2013

    No special permissions :)

  • (62 stars)

    by James Carter on 26/10/2013

    This is really fast and makes opening XML files for quick viewing so much nicer. It also has decent theming for PowerShell, but might want to tweak your comment and var colors.

  • (62 stars)

    by Hamidreza Moridi on 22/10/2013

    It is very good

  • (62 stars)

    by Craig Monro on 15/10/2013

    Opens an ad (for pro version) when opened via a 'share' in another app and couldn't figure how to view the file. I'm now using an open source free viewer.