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    <h1>Example page for app icons</h1>
    <h3>This is a code example that you can use in your own server to mimic add to homescreen.</h3>

      Try me out in Chrome 39+ on Android: from Chrome's menu, select
      <strong>Add to homescreen</strong>.

      When you tap the new icon on your homescreen, I'll launch as a standalone app,
      with the page displayed in landscape orientation.

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