An excellent browser for offline browsing Android mobile.

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Hello expert, I have been using an Android and I’m looking to download some files in offline. Can you explain me about offline browsing Android? Also send me an exact browser for it?

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An excellent browser for offline browsing Android mobile.



Hi Sen

I think that there is no such thing as “offline browsing in android”. Because you there is no transfer of date if you are offline or you are not connected to the internet. Maybe you are talking about “private browsing on android” if you are pertaining to that topic I can give you answers and here are some:

1.    You can use Virtual Private Network or VPN to browse anonymously.

2.    You can have free vpn, and there are lots of them in the play store. You can use OpenVpn for Android, or DroidVpn.

3.    When you are browsing anonymously, you’re original IP is hidden and the VPN will generate a new IP address for you.

I hope this helps.

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An excellent browser for offline browsing Android mobile.


when you are online (for example when you have a Wi-Fi connection) you can download all the web pages you need to read during the day; then you can browse the content also when you have no WiFi connection. In this way you can also save money and mobile internet traffic.
You can also open html files saved in SD Card from your PC.

Remember that if you want to save not only the first page, but also linked pages, simply set "Max Depth level for links" > 0 and then set the max links you want to download.

If (for some site) you continue to see only the first page try these options in this order:
– increase the max links per page and max links per site
– if the site has a mobile version, use directly the mobile url (for ex. or,…)
– try disabling javascript
– try changing User Agent: Firefox, IE, iPhone or iPad
– in complex sites, limit the number of links to download, using the option "Only links containing the text" (see the help for more info)
– send me the link with the problem using the contextual menu item "Report link problem": I'll try to answer to all

Remember that the app doesn't work with sites that require authentication (like facebook, gmail, bank account,..) and with youtube

NikoDroid70 is such a browser.

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