6 Tools for testing your mobile website
Apr 07, 2014
It looks like everyone has a smart phone these days. This means that more and more people turn to these mobile devices to do things that they would normally do on their desktop or laptop like checking emails and viewing web content.
That’s why it is very necessary to pay attention on how your website looks on mobile devices. And to do this, there are tools in the market which makes our lives easier. Lets take a look at those tools:
This tool requires you to enter your Webpage address, on which it performs a variety of compatibility tests, such as Page Test, Site Test etc. The free report provides both a score from 1-5 and in-detail analysis of pages to determine how well your site performs on mobile devices.
2)Opera Mini Simulator:
Opera Mini simulator is a live simulator of the Opera Mini browser. It works just as it would on mobile devices.
This tool enables you to estimate the compatibility of your webpage with the screen of the Apple iPad. It would be more desirable if you use WebKit based browser like Chrome or Apple Safari in order to achieve highest possible level of simulation of your webpage.
This tool evaluates how well your site performs on a mobile device. It analyzes your website on the basis of over 30 well established, foolproof mobile web development techniques. It ranges your page between 1 and 5 points. This tool also offers advice on how you can improve your site further to make it more compatible with mobile browsers.
5)W3C mobileOK Checker:
The W3C mobileOK Checker performs various tests on your webpage to determine its level of mobile friendliness. The webpage is mobileok when it passes all the tests.
iphoney is not a simulator. It enables you to create 320 by 480 websites, compatible with the iphone screen specifications. It gives you a canvas on which you can test the visual quality of your designs.