Run your own custom scripts on any page, or pick from our own innovative features that are built entirely as Scriptlets.
Scriptlets are just like bookmarklets in desktop browsers, but better. Since they have nothing to do with bookmarks in Hermit, we decided to call them Scriptlets instead.
Scriptlets have their own button in Hermit, not mixed with your actual bookmarks.
Swipe in from the right edge to reveal the “Quick Settings” sidebar.
Simply write your own script code in any text editor, or download from a million bookmarklets available online.
Then save them to your phone’s SD card at
Traditional bookmarklets, because they can only be accessed via the bookmarks menu, needed to be encoded and squished onto a single line.
Not so with Hermit: you can use as many lines as you want, then save as a
Scriptlets are a great way for us to deliver new Hermit features as well!
Translate the current page in Google Translate.
Quickly share the current page with anyone: tap to view a QR Code for the current page that anyone can open on their own phone, Android or iOS
Some sites such as Facebook restrict you from copying/pasting content. Use this Scriptlet to bypass this restriction.
Copy a word or phrase in your Lite App, then use this Scriptlet to look it up on Google Define.
Save data by viewing a minified version of the current page using Google’s Web Light Transcoder.
A fun scriptlet that will make it snow on any web page!
Unable to find something on the current site? Use this Scriptlet to search for any term using Google Site Search for the current site.
Privacy-conscious users can use this option to look up the cookies for the current page.
Copy a word or phrase in your Lite App, then use this Scriptlet to look it up on Urban Dictionary.
Android WebView (based on Chromium) does not correctly follow the W3C spec for Content Security Policies, so scriptlets may not run on certain sites. The W3C spec clearly says that:
Policy enforced on a resource SHOULD NOT interfere with the operation of user-agent features like addons, extensions, or bookmarklets. These kinds of features generally advance the user’s priority over page authors, as espoused in [HTML-DESIGN].
Please complain to Google by starring or commenting on this 5-year old bug.