Web development is 50% faster
Overall Satisfaction with LT Browser
As web developers, we’re always building, experimenting, or debugging something new over the website. Especially, when it comes to delivering a responsive experience, it just looks like a neverending battle. Thanks to LT Browser, we’re able to work upon client feedback and incorporate relative code changes on the website ,while ensuring responsiveness in no time.
Since it is a free offering, all our clients love it too, as they get to see how their website is behaving across a wide variety of screens.
We can take screenshots or record the videos and share them with the clients. It just brings better transparency. Even if a client is having any specific requirement or finds a bug on any resolution, we can rectify it quickly with the help of custom resolution capabilities and built-in debugger. It definitely made our job easier.
- 50+ view ports and custom view ports
- Intuitive user interface
- Inbuilt dev tool and familiar element inspector (just like Chrome)
- It is basically free, as it is complimentary with our existing cross-browser testing plan
- We can compare only two view ports
- Cannot download the performance report
- Cannot choose a browser version; limited to view port testing only
- Custom resolution
- Side-by-side comparison of view ports
- Instant performance report
- Integration with Slack and Jira for bug reporting
- Too many updates. And whenever you update you have to log in again
- I remember it used to crash one or twice in a week initially. Though it is much less frequent now.
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