Cast videos to Chromecast & Nexus Player. Play videos from Split Browser on big screens! Imagine if you could watch videos and write emails at the same time using your tablet! Or compare two web pages side by side, or take notes alongside a ...Read more
Cast videos to Chromecast & Nexus Player. Play videos from Split Browser on big screens!
Imagine if you could watch videos and write emails at the same time using your tablet! Or compare two web pages side by side, or take notes alongside a web page. Well, you can do all of that and more!
Split Browser is two browsers in one, working side by side. It lets you browse two web pages independent of each other. You can open links from one half into the other half. It also includes a notepad that allows you to take notes from a web page. You can open multiple tabs and swap them between two halves. You can also resize the two halves to suit your needs. Simply put, it is a powerful tool for multitasking.
Best suited for tablets and "phablets".
1/14/16 - SAMSUNG UPDATE: Split Browser now works in newer Samsung devices in multi-window mode.
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CHROMECAST & NEXUS PLAYER:
Requires Google Play services (4.2 or above) to be enabled. Look under Android Settings > Applications. Not all videos can be cast (Flash videos, YouTube, live streams, etc). Low resolution videos might not look the same on your HD TV as they look in a small screen. Play videos in full view to cast.
UPDATE 7/30/14: YouTube videos will not cast in Android 4.4 devices, please use the YouTube app.
• Resize the two browser halves by dragging the yellow divider line. • Rotate yellow divider (vertical/horizontal) independent of the screen orientation. • Watch videos in full view within each half. • Cast videos to Chromecast using the remote. • Start new tabs and switch them between the two halves. • Copy the current page over to the other half. • Open links and bookmarks in the other half and/or in a new tab. • Autocomplete address input from bookmarks and history. • Press and hold back/forward arrows to view history and jump to a page in the list. • Manage history across all tabs in one place, sorted reverse chronologically showing the time of last visit. • Search for text in the web page in either halves separately. • Separate clipboard option to paste the last 10 items copied. • Open notepads in either halves to take notes and save/share them. • Select text to copy and paste between two halves and notepads. • Links to useful tools like calculator, translator, converters... etc. • Remember form data and passwords. • Clear cache, history, cookies, form data and passwords. • View pages in desktop mode.
• Works in dual view in Samsung devices that support multi-window mode. • Works in both cascade and dual views in Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets.
Additional features only in full version: • Option to restore previously open web pages and tabs upon restart. • Import bookmarks from HTML files generated by Split Browser, Chrome or Firefox. • Export bookmarks to HTML file for backup and sync with other devices. • Option to view bookmarks from the device - if shared by the default browser or Chrome. • When using Chromecast it displays the video playback status on TV screens.
Be sure to check out the trial version to make sure it works in your device before buying this full version.
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precise (GPS) location
Access precise location sources such as the Global Positioning System on the phone, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine where you are, and may consume additional battery power.
approximate (network-based) location
Access location sources such as the cellular network database to determine an approximate phone location, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine approximately where you are.
modify/delete SD card contents
Allows an application to write to the SD card.
Allows the application to set the system wallpaper.
retrieve running applications
Allows application to retrieve information about currently and recently running tasks. May allow malicious applications to discover private information about other applications.