A Java applet is a program written in the Java programming dialect and implanted into a HTML page. The iPhone does not include the local capacity to view Java applets. It is, be that as it may, conceivable to view Java applets on your iPhone by downloading and introducing the Cloud Browse application. Cloud Browse is a paid application and option web program accessible through Apple’s App Store. Cloud Browse is the main application accessible for the iPhone that will permit you to run Java applets.
Tap the “Application Store” symbol and select the “Hunt” symbol. Sort “Cloud Browse” in the pursuit bar and press the blue “Hunt” catch. Select the “Cloud Browse” application. Press the blue “$0.99” symbol and afterward tap the green “Introduce” catch. The App Store will naturally download and introduce the Cloud Browse application on your iPhone. Tap the “Cloud Browse” symbol. Sort the full site address for any site that contains a Java applet in the pursuit bar of the Cloud Browse application. Press the blue “Go” catch. The Java applet will consequently stack in the site page. On the off chance that the Java applet is intuitive, you can utilize the Applet as you regularly would utilizing a conventional PC.