If you want to create a test for your iPhone/iPod/iPad, you should save it to your PC and then transfer it to your iPhone/iPod/iPad "Files" app (which you would have to download from the App Store. Just search for "Files"). I personally perform the transfer through the itunes App tab (scroll to very bottom, click add button to browse your file system for test) for my device. Provided you have saved your file as an html file, the iPhone/iPod will launch the Safari browser automatically when you click on your test .html file in the files app.
For some reason neither Chrome nor the native Android browser allow you to use them as the browser for pages launched from My Files. You can, however, still use them as the browser for the locally stored test .html file by accessing the file with a URL of type: file://sdcard/directory_test_stored_in/test.html.
*Note*: You can now create tests in both formats from this page using the same question/answer list. Just do the following: