LT Browser 2.0 Is Now LIVE On Product Hunt! 🚀

Devansh Bhardwaj

Posted On: May 9, 2023

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LT Browser 2.0 Is Now LIVE On Product Hunt! 🚀

Hola, Testers! We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our latest version of the popular responsive testing tool, LT Browser 2.0, on Product Hunt. And we can’t wait to share all the exciting new features with you.

Launching LT Browser 2.0 on Product Hunt is a significant leap forward for web developers and testers. We’ve listened to our users and taken their feedback to heart, creating a more intuitive, powerful, and versatile tool.

LT Browser 2.0 - Experience 6X Faster Web Development With LT Browser 2.0 | Product Hunt

LT Browser 2.0 takes responsive web development to the next level, offering unparalleled flexibility, speed, and accuracy. From its lightning-fast rendering Chromium engine to its intuitive interface, LT Browser 2.0 is the ultimate tool for debugging mobile websites and web applications.

Whether you’re a developer, a QA engineer, or a web designer, you’ll love the power and ease of use that LT Browser 2.0 brings to your workflow. So come and join us on this journey of innovation and discovery, and experience the future of mobile view website debugging with LT Browser 2.0!

So, what exactly does LT Browser 2.0 do?

LT Browser 2.0 is a next-gen browser for developers that allows developers and testers to build, test, and debug their mobile websites and web applications across 53+ device viewports. The best part? Developers can ensure their website’s responsiveness for FREE!

How LT Browser 2.0 helps you with responsive testing?

LT Browser is a dedicated desktop application that can help you make your website responsive across various screen sizes, viewports, and resolutions. This app will help you fast-track your web design process to move on to one-click live interactive testing.

Here’s what makes LT Browser 2.0 a game-changer:

  • 6X faster responsive web development by simultaneously interacting and testing with six device viewports.
  • Faster mobile view debugging with dedicated Chrome DevTools for each device viewport.
  • Access to multiple recording options. Fight responsive bugs by recording the entire screen or a particular LT Browser tab and sharing them with your team.
  • Use regular Chrome features directly on the LT Browser 2.0, such as Chrome settings and APIs, Chrome extension support, better OS integration, access to faster and better memory management, and more.
  • View real-time React code changes whenever you hit save in your IDE with hot reloading.
  • The network throttling feature allows you to test your website’s responsiveness on low to high-network profiles.
  • Generate multiple responsive bug reports and share them with your team through your favorite project management, bug tracking, or instant messaging tools such as Jira, Trello, Asana, GitHub, and more.
  • Create unlimited custom device viewports and save them for future use.
  • Generate a detailed performance report of your website in a single click to analyze key performance metrics, accessibility score, SEO, and more.

So what are your thoughts on this?

We’re already working on the next set of features for LT Browser 2.0 to help developers build web apps faster and better. We’d love to hear your thoughts! Your feedback is crucial as we continue improving the tool and providing our users with the best possible experience. So give LT Browser 2.0 a spin, and let us know what you think.

At LambdaTest, we’re committed to providing our users with the best possible experience. Your feedback is crucial in helping us achieve that goal, and we’re grateful for the valuable feedback and advice that has helped shape LT Browser into the powerful tool it is today.

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Devansh Bhardwaj

Devansh works as a Product Marketing Executive at LambdaTest. With a degree in Business Administration and a keen interest in technology, he loves to write about the latest technology trends.

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