Hermit Lite Apps Browser




Create an app from any website


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Hermit Lite Apps Browser is browser that similarly to Google Chrome, allows you to create 'lite' versions of tons of apps - developed straight from their own websites. Basically, you'll be able to create a shortcut for each website and create an icon that matches with all of the web features easily accesible in one spot.

By default, Hermit Lite Apps Browser allows you to create 'lite' versions of popular applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, Linkedin, or Uptodown. These special tabs within your browser (that's essentially what they really are) are perfectly customized with the color theme for each website. You'll get to activate or deactivate all kinds of features like adblock (activated by default) or incognito browsing (also included by default).

Hermit Lite Apps Browser is an especially useful app for users on Android devices that aren't as fast. Thanks to its features, you'll be able to have dozens of apps that take up about the same amount of space as one single app.

By Erika Okumura
How to turn the Twitter Lite site into a freestanding app

The new Twitter Lite came out a few days ago as a new web client for the popular social network designed to consume less data than the standard version when used on mobile devices. The sole problem with it is that doesn't send push notifications in real time unless you leave your browser running in the background. Still, there are lots of ways to take advantage of this new service, including turning it into an independent app.
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How to create Lite versions for any Android app

"Budget" versions of popular apps are coming out left and right these days. Among the success stories is Facebook Lite, which is in fact just a webview with the official browser version – it takes up way less space and considerably improves performance, to boot. In this vein, Hermit is an Android app to create lite versions of any web service and turn it into a fully independent app with its own viewing traits. To go back to the Facebook example, while the official app eats up a crapload of RAM and space, the web client needs no more space than that taken up by the browsing cache. Sounds good, yeah?
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Android 4.4 or higher required