"Our service lets you run on an actual device via a VNC connection - you actually control a real iPhone or iPad. You are testing on the real thing, and it is a game changer."
Collierville, TN (PRWEB) October 26, 2010
CrossBrowserTesting.com, LLC (http://crossbrowsertesting.com), the leading cross browser testing service, today announced the release of its mobile testing platform. Web development companies can now test their sites on the iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and Android platforms to ensure their site functions and renders properly.
"We have had 5 or 6 requests a week from current and perspective customers asking if we were planning to add mobile device testing to our service. It is just not practical to have every browser and device you need sitting in front of you or in your testing lab. There has been a huge demand for a solution, and no acceptable product in the marketplace. The current selection of iPhone emulators place the image of an iPhone shell around a safari webkit or Chrome rendering engine running on a pc and call it a simulator," said Ken Hamric, founder of CrossBrowserTesting.com. "Our service lets you run on an actual device via a VNC connection; you actually control a real iPhone or iPad. You are testing on the real thing, and it is a game changer."
The product allows live, interactive testing of the mobile platforms. You can document problems identified while using these devices by recording a video or taking a snapshot of the device's screen. Read more at http://crossbrowsertesting.com/blog/cross-browser-testing-mobile-devices-now-available.
Mobile browsing now represents 2.8% of all browsing, as reported by Net Market Share in their September 2010 report (see http://www.netmarketshare.com/report.aspx?qprid=61&sample=37). This percentage has doubled in the 10 months since December 2009, making mobile browsers the fastest growing web viewing platform. This segment represents the future of the web and proper testing is essential.
About CrossBrowserTesting.com, LLC
CrossBrowserTesting.com makes it easy to test your web site across all platforms, operating systems and browsers. With configurations ranging from Windows 98 to Windows 7, Ubuntu, Mac OSX 10.5.7 to 10.6, and now the iPhone 3GS & 4, iPad, and Android, companies can now test to ensure their web site is cross browser compatible on every browser and will work and display properly for all their customers. This self financed, bootstrapped company was founded in 2008 and is leading the way to ensure all web sites across the world work properly for all users.