An app that lets people surf the internet with a small mobile device, without having to travel to a specific location.
In an experiment, researchers at the University of Adelaide have developed a smartphone app that enables people to surf the web without having a specific device, a move that could one day be used to stream live TV.
The researchers’ app is based on a technology that can read your face, but instead of using that information to identify you, the app uses your webcam to track your movements.
When you’re surfing, the computer then automatically calculates your position based on your current location and adjusts the app accordingly.
To get started, simply open the app on your smartphone and select ‘Open in browser’.
You’ll see a small menu bar with a couple of options: If you’re using the app to surf in real time, it’ll show you a list of the websites you’ve visited recently, and a bar at the top of the screen that lets you choose the type of website you want to watch.
Alternatively, you can click ‘Set as default’ to switch the app off and leave the default settings alone.
On the other hand, if you want the app back, just tap the ‘Reset’ button at the bottom of the app and it’ll reload the page.
You can also use the app while you’re offline by clicking the ‘Open when offline’ button, or you can turn the app into a full-screen web browser with the ‘fullscreen’ button.
Once you’ve used the app, you’ll be able to surf at any time from anywhere you’ve got a smartphone, including on planes, trains and trainspot.
It’s also possible to share your surfing location via WhatsApp.
It’s also worth noting that the app is still in development, so bugs or missing features may be discovered.
This isn’t the first time a company has tried to make online surfing easy for people, with some apps also promising to help people use their phones as a small device to stream video and stream music.
In 2017, Facebook launched its own version of Live TV, with the idea of making it easy for users to share their favourite content, including live sports and concerts.
Earlier this year, Samsung announced its own online streaming service called Gear Live, which is set to launch in 2018.