This page contains links with instructions for integrating Solve for All with your browser, application, or operating system so that you don't have to visit every time you want answers.

Desktop Browsers

Mobile first -- baah! Corporate-speak that has been endlessly parroted. Take this mobile first, it's desktop first!

In desktop browsers, it is possible to change the search provider. Firefox makes it easy to switch search providers while browsing. But the Solve for All Chrome Extension provides more features without forcing you to change your default search provider.


We don't have native mobile apps yet, but by adding Solve for All to your homescreen, you can get pretty close to a native app experience on Android.

We've tried to make Solve for All work well in browsers on both iOS and Android devices, so the mobile web site may be good enough for you.

Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)

A plugin is available for JetBrains IDEs (IntelliJ, WebStorm, RubyMine, PhpStorm, Android Studio, AppCode, 0xDB, CLion) that allows you to send selected text to Solve for All to display answers in your browser. This is useful for viewing the documentation of classes, methods, functions, etc., formatting data, or running code snippets.