[Free Download] Hermit: Lite Apps Browser MOD APK v25.2.2 (Premium Unlocked) App for Android
An amazing way to turn websites into standalone phone apps. You can set them the way you want, from text size, dark mode or ad block, full screen, change the icon along with many useful tools like sending RSS notifications, tracking changes on a specific site/page, multiple profiles for one site. . it makes using the sites you use even more convenient, and also gives you more screen space and is more convenient to use than the website itself.
I’ve been using it for years. Do you know what that one glaring problem is? That annoying update prompt. It disables the app on some devices, making it almost useless. I have old devices on which the version running would otherwise work fine. It’s annoying because I PAID for it and now I can barely use it on my other devices. It should have been resolved by now. At least give a script to disable this stupid challenge!
September 24, 2021 Update!! I would like to suggest an export and import option for lite apps, either pre-configured or self-configured, especially for those of us who uninstall and reinstall apps all the time. It would save people from having to rewrite website names from scratch to rebuild their lightweight apps. It’s just a thought. I still enjoy using Hermit.
I came across this app a long time ago but didn’t understand the need for it. A lot of people suggested it recently in the suggestion threads and wanted to try it out. Quite a useful app and will save a lot of space on your device. They have apps for most of the sites I browse frequently, so I’m perfectly happy with them. We must not forget the various customization options it provides. Totally worth the switch.
Great for saving space on my phone! I like ad blocking. Adding custom web apps by URL is confusing and we can’t have multiple accounts for one web app. “save image” doesn’t seem to work because I can’t find where they are stored. I can hit the save button and never get the error
Great app, I found it after finding out that some apps cause a lot of wackelocks. It would be great to be able to recreate all shortcuts at once after restoring from a backup. Also, it would be more convenient if login credentials for websites were pre-populated like in Chrome, so we would only have to click on the login field instead of having to first click on the login field and select the credentials.
Very useful for devices with a “conservative amount of storage”. I just wish I had discovered this sooner as it would have definitely come in handy with a few of my previous phones that only had 4GB of usable memory after the system uses the first 4 for the OS. It’s kind of sad that if you can’t drop $1000 on a phone, you’re getting a device that you install maybe 4 useful apps on and the storage is already full!
Ditto – “We love the premise and principle of an app like this, where you’re basically using the website, but each website feels like an app. We hope these developers stick around for a while.” ANDROID AUTHORITY. Plus, anything that’s a decent solution to Facebook (#fakebook supremacy) gets my vote! Back when the Yellow Pages had the slogan “let your fingers walk”. Well, “if my fingers could talk, I’d be a hermit!” … Kudos to the developers.
For phones that use a navigation bar instead of gestures, the applet will initially just hide the bar. Just one swipe up shows the bar and I press the home button, when I go back to it the bar stays there until I force close the applet. Other than that it’s perfect.
I’ve been using this app as an alternative to the official Instagram app and it’s been a lifesaver. It’s fast enough to take out the trackers. My phone battery also lasts a long time because I can choose not to run the app in the background. I hope this app stays alive.
Very good app. I have the premium version. I use it to show mobile versions of websites instead of their apps if they have them, saving a lot of GB in process, battery and mobile data from random connections for content updates they do themselves
Great app, secure containers. The only current issue is the lack of a native way to block specific elements (like the UBlock zapper), this should be a built-in feature without additional content scripts. Specifically to block all the annoying notifications like “Download our app NOW” that every website does!