BrowseEmAll, New Way To Cross-Browser And Cross-Device Test Websites

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A stand-alone application to manually and automatically test websites for browsers and mobile devices.

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Today the availability of BrowseEmAll, a stand-alone application designed to help website developers test their websites across different browsers and mobile devices, was announced.

"Our cross-browser testing tool brings a complete testing environment to the user's desktop," said D. Herken, creator of BrowseEmAll. "Every day, more people are struggling with browser compatibility issues, and now, with BrowseEmAll, we provide developers with a sophisticated, yet easy-to-use solution to cross-browser and cross-device test their websites and applications."

BrowseEmAll 2.0 is available today and includes all major browsers and simulators for many mobile platforms. Additionally, BrowseEmAll is able to automatically detect browser compatibility issues by analyzing HTML and CSS of any website.

BrowseEmAll makes full functional versions of Internet Explorer (7-9), Firefox (3.6-11), Chrome, Safari (4-5.1) and Opera (10-11) available on the local machine. To test on mobile devices, simulators for iPhone, iPhone 4, iPad, iPad 3, Android (2.3-4) and Android tablets (3.2-4) are available.

BrowseEmAll does not use cloud or screenshot services. Every feature is also available for local hosted or security protected websites.

Many of these features are available in the free 30-day trial version available on the homepage.

BrowseEmAll is available in two different versions:

  • Standard ($57.00) - Includes all major browsers
  • Professional ($107.00) - Includes all major browsers and all mobile simulators

BrowseEmAll is free for do-gooders of any sort (non-profit, charity, educational organizations or open-source contributor), as well as for evaluation purposes.

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