It was almost 2 weeks ago we told you guys about a web browser making its way to Android that would allow users to browse the web without a data connection. Dubbed Cosmos Browser, the app is now officially available on the Google Play Store albeit, still in its very early stages of development. Still, you should be able to browse the web in a very limited fashion.
How the app works is by sending an SMS messages to Cosmo’s backend, at which point it will find the source website strip it down to its bare bones HTML package, then send a zip file back over to your phone. After that, Cosmos will intercept the package, and display it for you inside the app. Sorry, folks. If you’re looking to get your jollies off, you’re going to have to get your Android porn elsewhere. No pictures here.
For all those with data caps (or no data plans) dying to give it a shot, you can find Cosmos Browser via the Play Store link below.