You can test your website or web application on Safari with your Linux machine using LambdaTest.
We're happy to help. LambdaTest allows you to test on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Opera, Edge and Yandex from your Linux system without having to hop from one system to another. You don’t need to spend time or money on in-house labs. You can test on beta and dev versions of your website on any safari and macOS version from comfort of your home.
Run Selenium tests in parallel to speed up your testing time on our Selenium grid. Run automated tests concurrently to cut down build times, and get faster deployments.
LambdaTest has a new cloud service available to interactively test your locally hosted websites in real safari browsers on real mac operating systems using your Linux machine. Check out LambdaTest Tunnel to get started! And don't worry about the setup, UnderPass will do it for you.
You can use your Linux system to access a Safari browser and test your website's compatibility with it. With this test, you can check for content if that is not localized for different countries, SERP results from different locations and more. You can perform these tests in 50+ countries, including India, Japan, United States, Canada, Germany, UK, Australia and more.
You can also mark your testing bug on LambdaTest directly from any web browser to any team or bug management tool—like JIRA, Asana, Trello, Bugherd, Github, Gitlab, Bitbucket, Mantis and more—via our Live Chat.
LambdaTest's Automated Screenshot feature allows you to take screenshots of your website on Safari running on your favorite macOS even if you are using a Linux machine.
Check your website on Safari using Linux machine from different locations in 3000+ environments to make sure that you're delivering a perfect user-experience to visitors from around the world.
Sign up for a LambdaTest account, if you do not already have one.
To test Safari on Linux, enter your test URL, select the configurations and then click on Start.
Perform the test on a virtual machine hosted on cloud across multiple browsers and operating systems.
Selenium Automation Testing: Test your website on Safari from Linux using LambdaTest's scalable, secure, and reliable selenium grid.
Live Interactive Testing: Interactively test your public or locally-hosted website or web application in Safari on a Macintosh from Linux.
Take More Screenshots : Auto-generate full-paged screenshots of your web pages of Safari on Linux on your choice of device and resolutions with a single click to perform cross browser testing.
Quicker Responsive Test Online: You can now check the responsiveness of your website on Safari browsers across various operating systems and devices with a single click.
Visual Regression Testing : Your layouts can be maintained and checked by a visual regression test. This will make sure that your iterations are free of any visual deviations caused by new builds.
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