Facebook Desktop Style

Facebook Desktop Style, if you are not content with browsing the mobile-optimized variation of specific sites, you can utilize Chrome User Representative Switcher to camouflage your Chrome Android web browser's identity! Yes, it's that easy!

When you install this app, you can allow Chrome to simulate the behavior of other popular web browsers, like the iPad or iPhone Safari web browser, IE, Desktop Firefox or the Desktop Safari internet browser, to name a few. Then, when you open any website in Chrome, it will open as if it's opening in the browser you specified! To rephrase that, this app in fact lets you see exactly how iPad or Desktop versions of the sites look, best in Google Chrome for Android.

Note that this app works for rooted devices just, and I am unable to discover its equivalent for non-rooted gadgets, yet. If you can call one for non-root users, do let me know in the comments section at the end.

Facebook Desktop Style

Among the greatest reasons for Google Chrome's appeal is its speed and that it brought along the all new Chromium web rendering engine at the time of its creation. The Android version uses the very same engine as its desktop counterpart, and provides the same flexibility too, to an extent. So, if you wish to open sites in their desktop design, you can just set up Chrome UA Switcher since the browser itself is more than efficient in handling those complicated websites.

Chrome User Agent Switcher is one app which may alter the method you browse. No, seriously it can, and it might! No more fiddling with that hit-n-miss 'Request desktop site' option in the choices menu on Chrome. No more getting to finish with the undersized mobile-web variation of sites. You will pick the version you would prefer!

As I discussed earlier, one thing to note here is that you will need a rooted device to witness this app's charm. If you have already rooted your device, you must head further. And if you have an interest in rooting, then you should search your device-specific online forums on XDA-Developers.

How to Use Chrome User Agent Switcher on Android?

As soon as you set up Chrome UA Switcher, open it like any other app, and give the SuperUser Root consents when the pop up menu asks you to. When done, you will see a list of all the User Representatives offered to pick. Selecting any one from them will camouflage Chrome's (or Chrome Beta's) online presence. The disguised online presence means that sites will think that you are using that web browser (the one you picked) rather of Chrome for Android, and hence these sites will send you the version of the web page suggested for the chosen web browser. Pretty cool, eh?

And by the way, these are the Browser-UAs that this app supports:.

  • Chrome Desktop.

  • iPad.

  • OSX Chrome.

  • OSX Safari.

  • OSX Firefox.

  • OSX Maxthon.

  • iPhone.

  • Win Mobile 7.

  • Win7 IE10.

  • Win7 Maxthon.

Hang on, I forgot to inform you about the coolest feature of this cool little app! On the upper right corner of the screen you will get a choice which can be utilized to create your own customized User Representative Call and User Agent String (see the third screenshot above)-- Batbrowser? Jarvis? You call it! If you are currently rooted, you shouldn't think two times prior to installing it. It does not matter whether you choose desktop browsers on your phone or not, I simply think that we must have the option to change whenever the mobile variation simply does not cut it.

Always remember to drop your comments below and share your experience with me Facebook Desktop Style. And if you do produce some custom-made user agent string, I would absolutely like to know about that.

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