Run Playwright tests at scale on the cloud

Speed up your Playwright tests by 30x with parallel testing. Expand your test and browser coverage without compromising on build times.

Cross-browser testing out-of-the-box

Run tests on vanilla browsers as well as Playwright’s bundled browsers on Windows and macOS. BrowserStack always provides pristine, fault-free browsers for every single test.

Google Chrome
v83 onwards and beta releases
Microsoft Edge
v83 onwards and beta releases
v90 onwards
v87 onwards
v14.2 onwards
Latest versions

Get started in three easy steps

Run hundreds of Playwright tests in parallel in minutes. Focus on testing - not test infrastructure - with zero setup and maintenance on BrowserStack.


Migrate your existing Playwright tests with minimal changes to your code. Just point them to run on the BrowserStack’s CDP endpoint and specify test capabilities.



Trigger builds from your local machine or CI/CD tool, and get results in minutes. Debug test results on the Automate Dashboard.



Rapidly grow your test coverage and frequency, without worrying about maintaining an on-premise grid. Leverage the limitless capacity of the BrowserStack Cloud.

Speed up Playwright tests by 30X

No longer worry about test suites blocking your CI/CD pipeline. Cut wait times with shorter builds that give you test results in minutes. With parallel testing, you can speed up the release process while expanding test and browser coverage. Verify end-to-end functionality on every commit, and catch bugs early in the cycle.

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Parallel Execution

Achieve faster build times and expand your browser coverage by running tests in parallel.

Local Testing

Securely test websites hosted on local machines, dev, or staging environments.

Test Frameworks

Use libraries like Jest and CodeceptJS to run your Playwright tests on BrowserStack.

Real Browsers

Test on multiple browsers and operating systems for a consistent & bug-free UX.

Comprehensive Debugging

Easy debugging with video recordings, logs and test reporting features.

CI/CD Integrations

BrowserStack fits seamlessly into CI/CD tools like Jenkins, Azure Pipelines and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Running your tests on BrowserStack enables you to focus on testing, and not test infrastructure. BrowserStack handles the heavy lifting of setting up and maintaining a browser grid so you don’t have to.

You get the following capabilities out of the box: cross-browser testing support, high-scale parallelization, seamless integration with your CI pipeline, debugging, and more to come.

BrowserStack Automate supports over 30 versions of Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Playwright-Chromium, Playwright-Firefox & Playwright-Webkit on Windows 10, macOS Mojave, Catalina and Big Sur. Read more about the supported browsers and OSes.

We support the two latest versions of Playwright. Read more about how to choose which Playwright version to use.

Simply replace browserType.launch with browserType.connect and use BrowserStack’s CDP endpoint to connect and get a browser instance. Read more about migrating your tests to BrowserStack.

This depends on the number of parallels you purchase on your BrowserStack plan. For example, if you purchase 100 parallels, you can run 100 concurrent tests on our platform at any given time.

If you are a free trial user, you are limited to 5 parallel tests for the duration of your trial.

Yes. You can use any wrapper library that supports the connect method to connect to a browser instance. Read more about getting started with Jest or CodeceptJS.

Yes, albeit a little differently. You can run your tests on multiple versions of vanilla Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. Read more.

Yes. Playwright on BrowserStack Automate is stable, fast and capable of running tests at scale. Give it a spin!

Yes. We support chrome testing on android devices.

Yes, we support running Playwright tests from CI/CD tools like Jenkins, Azure Pipelines and GitHub Actions. Read more in our documentation.