Safari Browser Testing
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Frequently Asked Questions
Safari has a 15% global market share and is the default browser for all Apple devices like Mac, iPhone, and iPad. In the US, the Safari browser has a 32% market share (as of 2019). Given this, it becomes very vital to test websites on Safari Browser.
It has been made clear that online Safari browser emulators are not sufficient to test websites for public release. Test on BrowserStack’s real device cloud of 3000+ real browsers and devices to check a website’s features and functionalities in real user conditions.
Test on thousands of real browser-device combinations to ensure that your website works perfectly on the latest and the older Safari versions. Just sign up for free, choose a device-browser combination, and start testing. Repeat the process with different Safari versions and devices (both mobile and desktop).
A Safari Emulator is a software program that replicates the behavior of the Safari Browser on a laptop or a desktop. Developers or QAs use it during various stages of software development to optimize their web-applications for the Safari browser.
After Chrome, Safari is the second most popular browser with 18% of the total browser market share worldwide. Naturally, QAs prefer to test their web-applications using Safari Emulator in order to cater to Safari users. Do note that this is not the same as testing on real devices, with Safari browsers installed in them.
Safari Emulators mimic the functionality of an original Safari browser. However, they can not provide accurate test results as they act as virtual machines and run slower as compared to the actual Safari Browser. In some cases, teams cannot mimic some interactions or exact CSS support. As a result, an end-user might face a bug that remained unexplored while testing on emulators.
It is highly recommended for teams to test their sites on real Safari browsers that are installed on real mobile or desktop devices. Doing this ensures that teams are leaving no stone unturned to deliver the best possible user experience.
Try Safari testing on Real devices now!
Simple. Follow the steps below to test your website on older versions of Safari using BrowserStack.
Simple. Use BrowserStack’s real device cloud with 3000+ real browsers and devices to test on Safari browser online.
- Sign up for free.
- Navigate to the device and browser dashboard, which displays all options for testing.
- Select the device you want.
- Select the Safari browser on said device to test on.
- Select the Safari browser version
- Start testing.
Repeat the process on different devices and operating systems, for making your website cross-browser and cross-platform compatible.
BrowserStack provides instant access to real devices with pre-installed Safari versions for extensive browser testing on the latest and older versions of Safari. Developers and QA testers can now test on multiple versions, from Safari 4 to Safari 12.1. Teams can also automate their tests and integrate with CI/CD tools like CircleCI, TeamCity, Jenkins using our plugins.
Yes, by logging into BrowserStack one can easily choose to test different versions of the Safari browser on various versions of Windows operating system right from Windows XP to Windows 10. For example, one can easily test for Safari version 4 on Windows XP.
Safari testing on real devices helps to test websites in real user conditions. Thus, teams can ship with confidence and ensure users have a bug-free experience.