DSHobro 0.1a released Homebrew web browser, alpha version This homebrew is different from the other existing web browsers (hence why some don't like to call it a web browser). Unlike Okiwi or DSOrganize, DSHobro requires a PC application to function since the HTML rendering isn't done on the DS. Rendering HTML on the DS itself is made quite challenging by the limited power of the console, so again I'd like to address my most sincere congratulations to DragonMinded and the authors of Okiwi. So basically what this homebrew does: it connects to the PC application, which downloads the page and sends a copy to the DS (under the form of a JPG image). Some people like to compare it to VNC but it is wrong - the PC application stays in the tray and doesn't show on the screen, so you can use both the DS browser and your PC at the same time. Needless to say, you don't need to be at home to use the browser. If you're running the PC app, you can connect from anywhere (eg. in a WiFi hotspot) as long as you know your PC's IP address. In its current state, DSHobro isn't very useful per se, but if you're as curious as I am you might still want to give it a try. Visit my devblog for more info Check this new YouTube video of DSHobro in action Download DSHobro 0.1a from GBAtemp.net Warning: the ZIP file contains a .exe application so I recommend you do not download it from anywhere else. You can also check the CRC32 of the .exe file for more security, it should be F79A9AA1. Note: the homebrew doesn't need to load or save anything from the flash memory, so you don't need to DLDI patch it.