How it Works
Install the Android on Web application on your android device.
Chose a (TAG) name for your device, and wait up to a few minutes for the initial synchronization.
The androidonweb.com application on the device will attempt to permanently keep your data in up-to-date on
the device. All you have to do is make sure that the application is installed and your device is connected
to the internet.
The bandwidth required is minimal and both battery life and your bill should not be affected.
The friendly, intuitive online interface on www.androidonweb.com allows you to find and edit what you’re looking for easier and faster. You can easily filter and sort Text Messages, Contacts, Gallery, Call or Location History.
How can androidonweb.com help using your device?
Sending long text messages or to multiple recipients or both.
Clean your address book, text, call log history by only a few clicks of a mouse.
Add new or update existing contacts.
Access contact or text information in no time that you copy and paste it to your IM friends.
Using the website
Sign in to androidonweb.com from any computer using your Google account associated with your android
device and a new menu tab corresponding to your device will show up.
Note that the authentication process will be performed by Google and none of your credentials will go through our servers.
For example, in the contacts tab you can see a list of all your contacts. Just click on one, and a new tab will appear in the upper area of the list, where you can edit your contact details. You can access, view and edit, add or delete your device contacts with just a few mouse clicks and keystrokes. Every action performed on the online platform will be updated on your device as well.
It has never been easier and faster to find what you’re looking for in your device!
Advanced search features
Access the androidonweb.com online platform. In the Contacts, Call History and Text Messages tab you can find and easily access your device data from any computer. Above the information fields, there is a small form for text input. As you type text, the form works as an instant search filter. You can even use multiple information forms at the same time. As you type, your device data is filtered like in a fast search console.
Accessing your location history
It turns out that having access to your device location through the Global Positioning System technology can indeed be very useful.
In the androidonweb.com application settings tab you can configure your device to map your travel route at specific time intervals and even in real time (real time mapping empties your battery faster). The data is sent to the online platform from where it can be accessed. Just scroll the timeline in the website location tab and see your location history on Google maps.
You can set the scroll bar to a certain time interval using the calendar in the upper area.
If you loose your device you can request it's location from the androidonweb.com.
In the contacts tab, right click on a contact in your list and choose Send SMS. A form will appear where you can write your message. Click send, and androidonweb.com platform will tell your device to text to your contact. This action will be charged at the standard rates of a SMS by your mobile carrier, just as if it would be sent from your device.
In the Text Messages tab use the SEND button in the upper area. A form will appear where you can write your message. As for the recipient, the form has an auto-complete function for easy usage. Your contacts are filtered as you type and you can select the one by clicking on the name as it is filtered from your Contact List. Since you might have important news to spread, you can easily choose to send your text message to multiple receivers with only a few mouse clicks. Sending a text message to multiple contacts will be charged as multiple text messages by your mobile carrier.
Your personal data security is of paramount priority for us, so we use HTTPS protocols with secure encryption. There is no danger of someone else accessing your personal device data from androidonweb.com as long as you make sure to sign out of your Google account after using public computer - same as for web mail.
The data stored on our servers is encrypted and useless to anyone who does not have the password to your Google Account.
Make sure to sign out from your Google account from any public computer you use. You can do that by hitting the Sign Out link in the upper right corner of the website.
You can also customize your device application by accessing the Settings tab. You can opt for the device to ask confirmation for all the actions performed on the website.
You can use the gallery tab to browse all your folders and pictures on the device. Because pictures may use a little bit more space/bandwidth, by default we only display the thumbnails. Should you want to download the full-sized photo, you have to click on thumbnail and after giving your device enough time to upload the picture another click on the thumb will pop it up.