I have used Google Chrome, UC Browser, Opera Mini but I haven't found a way to use any of these browsers to view the source of a web page.
I need an Android web browser or any other software that can view page source like I would do on PC.
Been a while since I did but last time I used it (and don't usually use smart phone - was on a friend's) I could (IIRC) type
On a quick look over at android SE I see this answer (ie did a quick search with
view-source to confirm I wasn't remembering incorrectly)
which suggests view source addon for firefox.
To be clear: I haven't used this addon so I can't say really review it but it probably would work good if you don't want to be typing
On the BlueStacks emulator (since I don't use a smart phone - live outside of cell service anyways so what's the point):
(A): just type
view-source: at the start of the address. I can't recall whether with a REAL smartphone it does this but at least on the emulator it doesn't show the
view-source: except in address bar edit mode.
(B): and there you have the source code.
I have found this helpfull in the past. It provides good UI and code highlighting. Though it supports word wrap, it is still not that usefull unless you have a device with good screen space.