From Pravesh Agrawal:
Website 2 APK Builder Pro is a reliable program that allows you to easily create an offline website browsing application for an Android system. When you wish to save the data from a website in its original form, this Java-based tool allows you to turn the entire page into an APK file, which runs on Android devices.
Make a website's content available for offline browsing.
Website 2 APK Builder Pro is simple to use, straightforward and enables you to generate an Android application within seconds. All you need to do is select the mode in which you wish to work, by uploading a local website folder or a URL. You need to choose a title for your application, then the format of the startup page.
The supported index page formats include HTML, PHP, HTM, JS, and CSS. Alternatively, if you select the Web URL mode, you need to specify the address and the correct prefix - HTTP or HTTPS. The incorrect choice might cause your application not to run properly.
Fully configure the Android app's behavior and look.
There are various settings you can configure prior to conversion, starting with basic ones, such as the app orientation (depends on the targeted devices) and permissions. Further, you can customize the startup page, the text in the 'About' window, the exit mode, the look of the progress wheel, the appearance of the splash screen and the error page, as well as in-app advertising.
Aside from the app's icon, various extra options are available, such as the app's title bar, zoom buttons, scrollbars, the full screen mode, or the exit confirmation prompt.
Create APK packages out of your website.
By compiling all the elements of the website into a self-standing application, Website 2 APK Builder Pro supports the offline browsing of the site.
Once you start the building of the APK file, the program displays a notification box, with the progress bar. While the process is generally quick, it may take a long time, depending on the size of the website or that of the folder you indicated. You may also set the output directory to a path of your preference, the default option being the desktop, for your convenience.