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Forget your mobile device labs. Test websites on real mobile devices on the cloud. Get instant, browser-based access to an industry-best mobile friendly tester.

3000+ desktop browsers

3000+ browsers & devices

Choose from our latest browsers and devices, to test across new and old versions of IE, Edge, Safari, Chrome and Firefox on Windows and macOS.

Real-time debugging

Debug cross browser tests on real mobile browsers using pre-installed developer tools.

Test on dev environment

Test on dev environment

Test websites hosted on internal dev and staging environments, or behind firewalls, with zero setup or configuration.

Integrate effortlessly

Easily Integrate BrowserStack with test automation frameworks like Espresso, Appium, XCUITest, etc. to run your automated tests.

Speed up your test runs

Speed up test runs

Release builds faster by running tests concurrently across devices. Reduce test execution time by more than 10x by triggering parallel tests on our mobile friendly tester.

Frequently Asked Questions

Essentially, a mobile friendly tester is a tool (or a set of tools) that QAs can leverage to verify the mobile-friendliness of their websites. In other words, mobile friendly testers help QAs evaluate exactly how compatible a website is with different mobile browsers and devices (latest and older models).

Certain mobile friendly testers, such as the one developed by BrowserStack offers multiple services to gauge a website’s mobile friendliness. Our users can check a site’s cross browser and device compatibility (Live and Automate) and the efficacy of its responsive design (Responsive Design Tester) on different mobile devices. They can also use BrowserStack SpeedLab to verify website speed on real mobile browsers and devices.

The mobile friendly tester lets you test your websites on thousands of real mobile browsers and devices. By monitoring how your website behaves in real user conditions, QAs can detect and remediate any bugs that may disrupt the user experience. Verify responsive design and check if your site works exactly as it is meant to, no matter what browser, OS, or device it runs on. 

With a single login, a mobile friendly tester lets testers access thousands of real mobile browsers and devices on the cloud. This cuts out the time, money, and effort involved in setting up in-premise device labs – allowing QA teams of all capacities to leverage the best possible infrastructure for their projects.

In 2021, the number of unique mobile internet users stood at 4.32 billion, indicating that over 90 percent of the global internet population uses a mobile device to go online. To succeed in the digital market, websites must be closely compatible with hundreds of mobile devices, at least. 

Testers cannot afford to let fixable bugs escape to end-users and ruin their experience. Testing for mobile friendliness ensures that you release a pristine product without having to spend prohibitive amounts of money.

Check if your website is mobile-friendly with the following simple steps:

  • Sign Up for BrowserStack for Free. 
  • Log into BrowserStack Live or Automate.
  • Once logged in, choose from 1000s of real mobile browsers or devices. You can select the browser, device and OS combination to test on.
  • Run accessibility tests, cross browser compatibility tests, speed tests, exploratory tests, and much more. 
  • Check how the site works in throttled internet conditions, or across different locations, national and global. 
  • Once you complete your tests on a single device, repeat them on others by switching to another browser-device-OS trio.
  • Check your website’s page speed score on SpeedLab with a single click. 

Check the efficacy of your site’s responsive design on our responsive design tester (the latest devices) or individually on each of the mobile devices on the cloud.

It is recommended that you use a mobile friendly tester when:

  • You want to ensure that your website reaches the largest possible audience.
  • You want to ensure that users of any mobile device, browser or OS can browse and operate your website with ease. 
  • You want to ensure that your mobile site carries the same content as your desktop site so that mobile users do not miss out on any part of the site’s user experience.

You want your site to rank as high as possible on Google Search rankings.

Google: 53% of mobile users abandon sites that take over 3 seconds to load. So yes, it is exceptionally important that you consider website load speed as part of your mobile friendly test suites. If you don’t want to deal with disappointed end-users, speed testing must become a continuous priority.

With 1000s of real mobile devices in its real device cloud, BrowserStack makes the world’s foremost test infra accessible via cloud. Testers can simply sign up for free, log in and run manual and automated tests from the end user’s POV. Leveraging this architecture, the right test cases can ensure that virtually no bugs can escape to production. 

BrowserStack is geared to test native mobile features on a scalable, on-demand device bank. Testers can effortlessly check if their websites meet the essential conditions of mobile-friendliness: natural gestures, responsiveness, and more.

No Code tools expand the capabilities of testing outside tech backgrounds. Something like SpeedLab can be easily used by non-tech stakeholders such as product managers, designers or marketing personnel. 

Even QAs save valuable time by running quick checks on no code tools like SpeedLab. Given that these tools bank on BrowserStack’s massive device repository, results on our no code tools are accurate and dependable enough to add value to teams.