PC browsers have an easy to access View Source feature that lets you view the source code of any webpage, but what about mobile browsers, such as the ones running on your Android smartphone or tablet?
You can install an app (or two), but for the lighter and minimalist solution, you can try SrcAnywhere. Once added to your browser as a humble bookmark(let), just tap the address bar, start typing “src…”, and select SrcAnywhere from the dropdown list that appears. The browser’s built-in View Source feature will open in a new tab, revealing the HTML source code of the current webpage (with syntax highlighting included).
You can customize and rename the SrcAnywhere bookmarklet to a shorter name if you like. As a bookmarklet, it does not waste any valuable resources, especially on resource constrained mobile devices. It doesn’t require traditional installation, and even works on your desktop or portable PC, as a one click View Source alternative.
This software is not reviewed yet.
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