A lynx-like Text Browser that Runs on Google Servers
The text cloud web browser runs in the Google cloud and also helps you read modern websites. It is powered by Google Apps Script and can work as a proxy server too.
To get started, click here and authorize the web app from your Google Account. There is also a need to sign-in for authorization and to bring the web page on your behalf. This will not track your browsing activity or access any of your Google Account data.
Once the page loads inside the text browser, any of the internal links will open automatically within the same browser.
Text browser as a proxy server
Why would you like a basic text browser? Well, you can also use a text browser as a proxy server to access news articles and other text-only content on the Internet browser, which may not otherwise be accessible to your workplace.
When you request a web page through the app, the built-in Google Apps Script will fetch the page on Google’s server and then will present the content on your screen using Google Apps Script. Thus, even if a site is restricted, you should be able to view the page indirectly through Google Cloud.
And if a website is down for you, use Google Text Browser to confirm that the page is actually down to everyone or it’s just your internet connection.