Wondering about what the title says? Well, that’s true. You can now access internet on your Android device without having internet connectivity through WiFi, 3G or Edge. Cosmos Browser, a new application that just made its way to the Google Play Store today makes it possible. Cosmos definitely happens to be a milestone in the history of Android as this application has a cool functionality that gives you access to your important web contact instantly without requiring you to go online. The application is in early testing stages and is expected to contain a lot of bugs, but the purpose it serves for now explains it all.
The application works using your carrier’s SMS. Once you’ve installed this application, you need to put the URL of the website you want to access in Cosmos Browser. As soon as you put it and proceed, Cosmos will generate an SMS in order to connect to that website’s servers and it will remove all the images / heavy content from the web page and send it back to your device in the form of an SMS. Cosmos compresses the content in the sms and creates a web page to give you the appropriate web browsing experience. You only need to have a working SMS plan, nothing else is required.
As mentioned, the application is in development stage and there’s a chance of bugs, it may not work to its full potential. As more and more users come across the application and they report the bugs to the developers, great improvements will arrive. From what we can see right now, this seems to be a great concept. If you want to test this application, you may grab the beta version from the Google Play Store for free and test it out.
Make sure that you support the developers as well. Let us know how your experience goes with the Cosmos Browser and what do you think about this great pioneering application.
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