4 services to test if your site is adaptive
The responsiveness and ability of your website to adapt to any screen size are essential to optimize the user experience and the success of your business. According to CoMagic, mobile is almost on par with desktop in the number of conversions, which is one good reason as to why responsiveness and adaptability are important.
You must build your website or application in a way that will make both desktop users and mobile devices users happy. By doing so, you increase the chances of driving more traffic to your website.
We listed below 4 great tools that will help you test your website adaptability and cross-browser compatibility.
Google Mobile-Friendly Test
This is a simple Google service site that lets you know if your website is mobile-optimised or not. It also allows you to see the problems that arise when your site loads.
No interactivity and resolution selection – just a screenshot of the first page.
Browserling is a cross-browser testing tool. How to start:
- Select the desired version of Android / Windows.
- Specify the browser along with the version.
- Click “Test now”.
A full-fledged emulator opens: you can follow the links and open different websites.
This is how the cross-browser compatibility check in Browserling works
However, the free version provides only a limited number of available browsers and test times, because they are not well represented.
Screenfly is a free service for testing the adaptability of websites. You can choose one of the 30 screen sizes or customize the height and width yourself.
To see all the elements of the page, you must also enable scrolling by clicking on the “Allow scrolling” button in the menu. Only for http://
I love adaptive
I love adaptive is a handy tool for testing adaptability and cross-platform compatibility.
In the panel on the right, you can choose your desired combination of device and operating systems. If needed, you can also rotate the screen and adjust the zoom.