collections of URLs on the local network and allowing you to open them with a
single tap. You can serve links from a GUI app on your workstation or from a
Ruby script on a local development server (source code in same repo).
URLazy finds this list with no configuration required, provided you are
connected to your network via Wi-Fi. This makes it super easy to test your
projects on real devices without manually setting up bookmarks or entering URLs.
This is a better alternative to bookmarks or centralized index pages because new
devices require no set-up and you don't have to edit URLs every time your
environment changes - or if you take your work home. URLazy uses multicast UDP
to find collections of links. If your network administrator enables it, this can
even work across a corporate WAN.
Although APK downloads are available below to give you the choice, you should be aware that by installing that way you will not receive update notifications and it's a less secure way to download. We recommend that you install the F-Droid client and use that.Download F-Droid
This version requires Android 2.3.3 or newer.
It is built and signed by F-Droid, and guaranteed to correspond to this source tarball.
have full network accessAllows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.
allow Wi-Fi Multicast receptionAllows the app to receive packets sent to all devices on a Wi-Fi network using multicast addresses, not just your phone. It uses more power than the non-multicast mode.
view network connectionsAllows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.
view Wi-Fi connectionsAllows the app to view information about Wi-Fi networking, such as whether Wi-Fi is enabled and name of connected Wi-Fi devices.