CrossBrowserTesting Hit or Miss
June 14, 2021

CrossBrowserTesting Hit or Miss

Deborah Thayer | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with CrossBrowserTesting

CrossBrowserTesting is used solely by me in my department which is Communication/PR. I am a Front-end Developer and I maintain multiple websites for our Nursing school. Testing these sites for mobile and responsiveness overall is not an easy task but I am very grateful there is a product like this to help me.
  • Allows me to test on our development server with ease which is behind a firewall.
  • Using automation for my tests.
  • Screenshots of the problems on each page.
  • Ability to jump between screen sizes quickly.
  • Testing on each mobile device can be very slow to load
  • Does not seem to keep the mobile device list as updated as i would like
  • When comparing their results to my actual phone the results do not match
  • Mobile debugger talk forever to load and is slightly clunky to use
  • Having a platform to actually test devices.
  • Screenshots
  • Mobile debugging
  • I would say mostly positive for the service they offer
  • Negative is how much time you will need to do this testing
There wasn't a lot of differences so I went with what i was already familiar with which is CrossBrowserTesting

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It is very helpful for testing a site for desktop sizes, resolutions, and OS. Mobile results are hit or miss. If you need to test something quickly then you are out of luck.