One of the biggest issues website developers face these days is cross-browser compatibility. By using Multi-Browser Viewer our developers are able to quickly and easily check that our websites are browser independent. Guy Kogus, Woolworths Ltd, Australia
Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 8, 2010
TWD Solutions is proud to announce the release of Multi-Browser Viewer v3.0.1 , which is now available for download from the website MultiBrowserViewer.com.
Multi-Browser Viewer is the leading cross browser testing software application available on the market. It enables users to cross browser test web pages by using screen capture images, real standalone web browsers as well as standalone mobile browsers simulators.
Today more than ever businesses need to ensure that their web pages functions correctly in all major web browsers. Whether a potential customer visits a web page using Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome or a smart phone device like the iPhone, it is critical for a web page to function correctly to ensure that a potential customer is not lost or has a negative browsing experience.
The latest version of Multi-Browser Viewer boasts many new useful features to help web designers and web developers ensure their web pages work correctly in different browsers and mobile devices. Some features include 20 standalone web browsers, 4 device simulators, 55 screen capture image browser options, image overlay comparison, HTML source code comparison, web page spell checking and an improved user interface.
Multi-Browser Viewer utilizes application virtualization technology, enabling users to run many different web browsers on a single machine. A user can for example run Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 alongside each other on the same machine, making it easy for a developer to develop and test continually on the same machine, without the need for resource intensive virtual machines. There are 20 standalone web browsers included with Multi-Browser Viewer v3.
Probably one of the most exciting new features is the inclusion of Standalone Mobile Device Browser Simulators. Historically it has been cumbersome and time consuming to set up mobile device emulators, especially for web developers which are just looking for an easy way to ensure their mobile pages function correctly on mobile device web browsers. Multi-browser Viewer includes 4 mobile simulators that have already been configured and are ready to use, including an iPhone Simulator for Windows, Google Android 2.1, Windows Mobile 6.5 and Blackberry Storm2. A full demonstration is also available on the Multi-Browser Viewer website.
For professional web designers that want to ensure their designs are pixel perfect in all the major web browsers, Multi-Browser Viewer still has the largest selection of screen capture web browsers available with 11 Mac OS browsers, 27 Windows browsers and 17 Linux browsers. Compare screen capture images of any public URL side-by-side or overlaid with an opacity adjuster to pinpoint any differences (onion skin view).
The iPhone Browser Simulator for Windows, developed by TWD Solutions, is only available as part of Multi-Browser Viewer and also uses the Webkit rendering engine. The browser simulator supports zoom functionality, portrait and landscape view, bookmarks as well as a customizable user agent string.
Multi-browser Viewer is currently selling at an introductory reduced price and by using the following discount code you can get an additional 10% off until 15 August 2010. Simply use this discount code when purchasing: MBV-XU7F. A free 14day evaluation version is also available for download. For more information please visit http://www.MultiBrowserViewer.com
About TWD Solutions
TWD Solutions is a software development company based in Singapore, specializing in software for web professionals. It was founded in 2008, by Anton Strydom and James Melvin, with more than 25 years of Internet and development experience between them. TWD Solutions Pte Ltd is a Microsoft Bizspark company and a registered member of the Association of Shareware Professionals and the Organization of Independent Software Vendors.
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