[Free] Extended Web Viewer Extension



Hello! Thank you for your compliments. Sorry, but no, it is not possible to use it with Dialog extension, but yiu can say which features, you would like me to implement to that extension. Thanks.


Hello, before starting using any of method, event or property, you have to set WebViewer property to WebViewer component.


just add the name of the folder in the filename

this will create the folder [dwnhere]

it works for me.


how can i use this block?

i set it like this and dont work:


Use if [[get [progress]] less then [99]]... that should work and use if [[get [progress]] greater than [99]]...

EDIT: Also make sure to put [set […] . [visibility] to [true]] in the less than/ not equal to IF Statement.


First you have to use WebViewer property & set your web viewer…


Or you can do this:


i set it like this now:

donwloads the file but dont show the progress


If I am correct, the OnProgressChanged is for loading the page, not for showing download progress


ok thanks.


@Lml_DLGdo Yes, he is right. Although, try to set ShowNotification to true.


What i need is download progress


@Lml_DLGdo So? ShowNotification shows a notification with progressbar like in Chrome.


@ILoveThunkable Hey, I used your extension to create loading bar for my app and it’s working great. Is there any way to give users the option to save passwords for websites just like in browsers so that users doesn’t have to login each time by typing their password?


Currently no, but I can add it to to-do list.
P.S: @Sivagiri_Visakan helped me to make this extension.


puoi usare il metodo inject di @Taifun http://puravidaapps.com/inject.php


Most of the apps in playstore use “Powered by Chrome” browser instead of Webview. It comes with all the basic functions like bookmark, refresh, open in browser, forward etc in the drop down menu. How can we use this “Powered by Chrome” browser instead of webview ? Any ideas ?



May be using Intent you can call the default browser.
Using activity starter.

Jerin Jacob


Actually no! I searched over Google Chrome Devs page. You need to include gradle dependencies, which is not possible. Then, you need to build a custom intent, not a normal one. A CustomTabs intent. I can try to make an extension, if I find a library for that.
EDIT: Just found a library, I can try to integrate it. But not sure, free or paid (if it’s paid, then max 2$) :smiley:


per avere questo chrome deve essere installato, altrimenti lo apre in un browser esterno