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Test Mobile Website With Multiple Devices

LT Browser 2.0 allows you to take your responsive mobile testing game to the next level. Test the website on up to six mobile viewports simultaneously.

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Test Website On Mobile View

Test the website on mobile view across different pre-installed mobile device viewports or custom mobile resolutions. LT Browser 2.0, a developer-friendly browser, offers testing mobile websites for Android and iOS device viewports to help you ensure a seamless user experience.

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Dedicated DevTools for Different Viewports

Test websites on mobile and debug them faster with dedicated Chrome DevTools for each device viewport. With LT Browser 2.0, you can debug multiple devices simultaneously.

Dedicated DevTools for Different Viewports
Hot Reloading Support

Hot Reloading Support

LT Browser 2.0 allows you to see changes in real time, providing a much faster and more efficient coding experience than other developer browsers. You can use navigation arrows and refresh the web page as needed, just like with any other browser. The local URL automatically reloads in the device viewports whenever you hit save in your react code in your code editor or IDE.

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Network Simulation

LT Browser's built-in speed test allows you to check if your mobile-friendly website works on slow 3G to 5G networks.


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How to test my website on mobile?
You can use browser emulation. Eg Chrome, Right click > Inspect > Toggle Device Tool Bar. You can check your website on a few viewports. But, the best way would be to use a specialized tool Eg. LT Browser, it is meant test site on mobile. Additionally you'll get many productive features as well.
Why should I test my website on mobile?
Majority of internet users around the world uses mobile devices to visit the websites. Testing your website on mobile screens ensures the best possible UI/UX for them when they visit your website via mobile device. Additionally mobile friendly websites also gets preference in google SEO parameters.
When should I test my website on mobile?
There are many occasions where you must test your website on mobile but in following two cases you must test your website on mobile 1. When you know that you website is going to be used from a lot of mobile screen, and 2. When you have incorporated responsive designs in the website.
Which mobile devices I should test my website on?
It depends on the devices used by your website visitors. To cover it broadly we can consider following
Mobile- iPhones, Samsung Galaxy series, OnePlus phones of past 2 to 3 years.
Tablets- iPads and Samsung Tablets launched in past 3 to 4 years
PCs- Laptops from Lenovo, Dell, Apple for past 5 years
How to measure the success of the mobile website test?
Once the website renders as it is required to render across all the desired mobile view ports, and if the user is getting best user experience we can consider it a successful mobile website test.
What is the difference between responsive and adaptive design?
Responsive website is fluidic enough to adapt to any shape or size of the viewing device. Adaptive website first detect a predefined resolution and shows pre decided static elements of the website. Fun Fact: Google ranks mobile friendly websites higher compared to any other form of website.
How do I know if my website is mobile responsive?
Testing the responsiveness of a locally hosted website can be done easily using the Toggle device toolbar option in your browser's developer tools. To do this, press F12 to start the developer tools in both Chrome and Firefox, then click on the Toggle device toolbar. You can also use LT Browser 2.0 to check the responsiveness of your website for free.
How can I see what a website looks like on other devices?
An easy way to test a website on mobile devices online is to use LT Browser 2.0 - A free developer-friendly browser. Enter the URL of the website to be tested, and instantly see how it renders on multiple latest devices such as iPhone 12 Pro Max, Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy Tab S4, MacBook Air, and more.