Star Browser- Allstar Software

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Star Browser is a colourful and innovative QML/Qt powered browser, it comes with Unlimited Bookmarks, Customizable Homepage, User Sharing, a wide range of excellent user settings, Special Web search Area, 100% Fullscreen mode, Browsing History, ScreenShot Ability, Local File Access and last but not least the the UI can be changed in lots of ways from a large range of colours.

Version 1.61 Changelog:
Fixed search engines,
Fixed Share Area,
Few other fixes

  • 1.61
  • July 14, 2014
  • Signed
  • NetworkServices, Location
  • Symbian^3, Symbian Anna, Symbian Belle, Symbian Belle Refresh, Symbian Belle Feature Pack 1, Symbian Belle Feature Pack 2
  • 0xE0324338
  • Allstar12345
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24 thoughts on “Star Browser- Allstar Software

  1. great browser after very long time…. after i used it i can just say-
    ‘strongly recommended’….

    absolutely great work bro!!!

  2. ever used Star Browser until now, but i’m definitely impressed. UI is really slick, although it could use just a but more polish. What’s really impressive is that the dev has even brought us this update, really that’s fantastic! Keep up the awesome work!

    • Depends what you mean by polish really, I do have more UI changes planned, which will modernise it a bit more.

  3. Nice. The UI is well done but I still think that an onscreen back button (or perhaps back swipe) is more convenient. But the longpress and button island seems nicely done though.

    The rendering needs some cleanup and it doesn’t show animated gifs very good. Also sometimes backgrounds aren’t rendered at all. It’s far from a finished product but it works nice. As usual disabling javascript seems to make it a bit faster.

    Visiting El Reg isn’t as fun as on the stock browser. But this shows some great promise. Perhaps you can port this to e.g. RISC OS too? Or help the guys from Netsurf whom can’t seem to get e.g. javascript working….

    • Swiping is impossible on it, those kind of actions don’t work with the Flickable component.

      Backgrounds are locked to white because of a stupid bug in the Webkit which doesn’t clear the last page.
      The App is based on Qt and the Qt Webkit, whose port to Symbian is pretty damn bad,

  4. Perhaps a few tips.

    Swip from top down to get a adres/URL input.
    swipe to right: go forward
    swipe to left: go back
    swip up from bottom: reveal buttons

    BTW. I noticed that i can’t access my routers configuration webpage with this browser. Tried with 2 different routers.

  5. Hi Allstar12345!

    I really find the browser funky and modern. I’d love to use it as default. But it crashes on my 700, when I try to play YouTube- or Vimeo-videos.

    Take care!

    Bobo

    PS: No browser can make webpages load more quickly on a Symbian (Belle FP2) phone, right?!

    • Hi Bobo,

      Which useragent are you using for Youtube?

      Youtube works fine here, on IOS7 UA on a 808 FP2.

      “PS: No browser can make webpages load more quickly on a Symbian (Belle FP2) phone, right?!”

      No Comment :P

  6. Hi Allstar12345!

    Thanks for your answer! I tried different UAs, also iOS 7.0 and 7.1. And with none did the browser start playing movies, neither on YouTube nor on Vimeo… The browser is out, before any film could start…

    Cheers!

    Bobo

    • Hi Bobo,

      Certainly a weird issue you’re having,
      I’m not sure what to suggest since I cannot reproduce the issue, you may need to reset the Application and remove the following:
      E:/AllstarSoftware/StarBrowser
      C:\data\temp\qml-webview-network-cache-starbrowser\

      • Hello Allstar12345!

        Thanks again for your reply! Dailymotion-vidz fail to work as well, by the way. I think it’s a memory issue with the Nokia 700. They aren’t nearly as bad as the C5-03 that I also have. But they are bad. Then again, the apps “cuteTube” and “MetroTube” work like a charm… Maybe a friend of yours still has an ole 700 in his or her drawer. And you can test your app on that. It’s a legit Symbian Belle device after all. So it shouldn’t have these issues. I erased the folder on E:, like you suggested . (There was none in C:/data/temp.) That didn’t help, either.

        I’m at my wit’s end.

        Have a good one!

        Bobo

        PS: Sorry for the other, identical, post at the wrong place…

        • Hi Bobo,
          CuteTube uses the default OS video player, can’t speak on Metro Tube though,

          My friend with a 700 just sits there with a spinning loading circle,

          Not a clue what to suggest now tbh.

          • Hey! Thanks for the quick reply, Allstar12345!

            See. Our 700s are fragile li’l critters. At least your friend’s doesn’t outright eject the StarBrowser… But a spinning wheel should just remain a great song and not something one looks at on one’s cell… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbT-EhzaC90

            As I said: I love the look and feel of your app. I wish it could become my standard browser!

            Maybe this can spur you into finding a solution for us wretched 700-users. ;-)

            Cheers!

            Bobo

          • Thanks for your quick answer, Allstar12345!

            See, how “difficult” those dainty 700′s are! Maybe seeing your friend with a “spinning wheel” melted your heart so that you’ll invest in finding out what makes the 700′s act up… “Spinning Wheel” should be a song, not something one experiences on a mobile phone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbT-EhzaC90

            As I said, I’d love to make the “Star” my standard browser.

            Cheers!

            Bobo

  7. Please add Persian (Farsi) Language to New version Star Browser.

    لطفا به نسخه جدید زبان فارسی را هم اضافه کنید. با تشکر

      • Hello Allstar12345!

        Thanks again for your reply! Dailymotion-vidz fail to work as well, by the way. I think it’s a memory issue with the Nokia 700. They aren’t nearly as bad as the C5-03 that I also have. But they are bad. Then again, the apps “cuteTube” and “MetroTube” work like a charm… Maybe a friend of yours still has an ole 700 in his or her drawer. And you can test your app on that. It’s a legit Symbian Belle device after all. So it shouldn’t have these issues. I erased the folder on E:, like you suggested . (There was none in C:/data/temp.) That didn’t help, either.

        I’m at my wit’s end.

        Have a good one!

        Bobo

  8. Can you give an application to Turkish language support? Turkey is showing too much interest in your application.

    • Sorry but as I said to ali above I have no plans to add multilanguage support, the future of the Application is unclear at this moment.

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