I want to build a small extension for major browsers that modifies the HTML and CSS of certain pages. On a desktop browser, this can be accomplished easily. On mobile browsers, however, content-modifying extensions are mostly not allowed. (In fact, extensions of any kind are mostly not allowed.) How might I achieve this goal with low friction for the user?
Ideas that wouldn’t work: - a custom keyboard (there are no input tags that should trigger the content modification) - an app or a new browser that does what I want (too much friction for a user to adopt)
Grammarly makes a custom keyboard, which is perfect for them. Honey doesn’t have a mobile extension, but they are building a custom app, from what I’m reading. Neither of these would work for me.