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Published: Apr 09 2013 / 08:54

Many times while you design an application, you may encounter a place where you will like to use HTML content in your screen. This may be to display a static “eula” or “help” content. In android there is a lovely class android.text.HTML that processes HTML strings into displayable styled text. Currently android doesn't support all HTML tags. Android API documentation does not stipulate what HTML tags are supported. I have looked into the android Source code and from a quick look at the source code, here’s what seems to be supported as of now.
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