I’m always on the lookout for a good mobile device testing tool.
With so many different mobile devices out there and the absolute need for developing responsive websites, testing a web layout is essential.
Here is a quick and easy browser based testing tool that you’ll be sure to bookmark!
Check it out:
Screenqueries is ridiculously easy to use.
Take the 8BIT About page, for example.
Here is how it looks in a standard browser:
Here’s how it looks with an iPhone:
And here’s how it looks in a landscaped iPad view:
Pretty slick, right?
Screenquries has presents for both views, standard and landscape, as well as the following devices:
- Apple iPhone
- Samsung Galaxy Note, Infuse 4G, Galaxy S II, Nexus 4 (Google)
- HTC Evo & Sensation
- Blackberry Torch, Bold & Curve
- LG Optimus 4X HD & Spectrum
- Nokia Lumia and Motorla DROID
- Apple iPad
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 & 7.0
- Sony Tablet P & S
- BlackBerry Playbook, Asus Eee Pad, Amazon Kindle Fire, Viewsonic ViewPad 7, HO Slate 500, Motorola Xoom & HTC Flyer
Screenqueries is accepting submissions for other devices, but even still, if you don’t see a device you want tested, you can easily adjust and use custom dimensions for testing.
Again, this is all from your browser.
Learn more, bookmark it, and give it a try on the Screenquries website.
How do you like it?