FAQr

FAQr


FAQr is the ultimate FAQ reading application for Android. You just search for the name of the game, select the platform and the FAQ, and then it will be downloaded and available for you offline whenever you need it in an easy to use format.

FEATURES

It used to be that reading ASCII based FAQs on a mobile or tablet device could be a pain. Finally we have the right tool for the job!

★ FAQr always keeps track of your current position in the FAQ
★ FAQr you can bookmark locations in the just by long pressing on that section
★ FAQr automagically configures your reader's font sizes and screen configuration
★ FAQr gives you fast scrolling to quickly access any part of the FAQ
★ FAQr has custom themes so you can read how you want to
★ FAQr saved the FAQ for convenient offline reading no matter where you are

DISCLAIMER

★ FAQr is not affiliated with GameFAQs.com in any way.
★ FAQr hasn't been tested on every FAQ. Contact before simply leaving a poor review.

MORE INFO

★ Featuring the Final Fantasy IV FAQ by Johnathan 'Zy' Sawyer
★ Using StickyListHeaders developed by Emil Sjölander
★ Uses Jsoup HTML Parser by Jonathan Hedley

DONATE

http://www.faqrapp.com

CONTACT

Have questions or want to suggest new app features?

Join our BETA!!

Please contact [email protected]

Recent changes:
2.0.6
★ New Material Theme for Lollipop
★ Updated Display Options (Font Size and Text Justification)
★ Add Vibrate on Save Location
★ Bug fix first load of HTML FAQ
★ Add “Search in FAQ” to HTML FAQs
★ Save last URL in HTML FAQs
★ Clear Search history
★ Fixed truncation of Large FAQs
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User ratings
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Installs
50,000+
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File size
3507 kb
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About FAQr
FAQr is the ultimate FAQ reading application for Android. You just search for the name of the game, select the platform and the FAQ, and then it will be downloaded and available for you offline whenever you need it in an easy to use format.

FEATURES

It used to be that reading ASCII based FAQs on a mobile or tablet device could be a pain. Finally we have the right tool for the job!

★ FAQr always keeps track of your current position in the FAQ
★ FAQr you can bookmark locations in the just by long pressing on that section
★ FAQr automagically configures your reader's font sizes and screen configuration
★ FAQr gives you fast scrolling to quickly access any part of the FAQ
★ FAQr has custom themes so you can read how you want to
★ FAQr saved the FAQ for convenient offline reading no matter where you are

DISCLAIMER

★ FAQr is not affiliated with GameFAQs.com in any way.
★ FAQr hasn't been tested on every FAQ. Contact before simply leaving a poor review.

MORE INFO

★ Featuring the Final Fantasy IV FAQ by Johnathan 'Zy' Sawyer
★ Using StickyListHeaders developed by Emil Sjölander
★ Uses Jsoup HTML Parser by Jonathan Hedley

DONATE

http://www.faqrapp.com

CONTACT

Have questions or want to suggest new app features?

Join our BETA!!

Please contact [email protected]

Recent changes:
2.0.6
★ New Material Theme for Lollipop
★ Updated Display Options (Font Size and Text Justification)
★ Add Vibrate on Save Location
★ Bug fix first load of HTML FAQ
★ Add “Search in FAQ” to HTML FAQs
★ Save last URL in HTML FAQs
★ Clear Search history
★ Fixed truncation of Large FAQs

User reviews of FAQr
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 23, 2015
1MB file limit? A bravely default faq won't fully download.... Seems like there is a hard stop at 1MB! LG G3
A Google User
May 22, 2015
Great Does exactly what I want it to do. Really helpful. Thanks guys
A Google User
May 21, 2015
All gamers NEED this Hands down, one of the most useful apps on my phone. Easy to use FAQ search engine, saves FAQs to your phone for easy access on or off line, customizable themes. This. App. ROCKS!
A Google User
May 13, 2015
Good Stuff. Excellent app. Does what it says on the tin.
A Google User
May 10, 2015
Just what I need only 1 thing wrong in my opinion Perfect only down side is how can I put them in to folders, otherwise all my faq are mixed up. I'd like to able to put FF9 in one folder and for instance halo in another
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