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LT Browser Reviews
We have 3 reviews for LT Browser. The average overall ratings is 5.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: The major pain point of responsive testing is viewing your website in different mobile, tablet & desktop view ports and comparing them. The sync scroll feature of LT Browser has helped us to deal with that by providing a side by side comparison with where every interaction in one device gets mirrored. The screenshot capturing is a bit laggy sometimes but they seem to be improvising the performance with every new update. Also the bug tracking feature comes in handy for us especially during this pandemic when everyone is working remotely. Kudos to you guys. Keep improvising
Pros: -The scroll sync feature helped us compare 2 devices side by side. -Minimalistic UI and very easy to set up. -Easy to report bugs and inbuilt Devtools helps you debug on the go. -Allows localhost testing.
Cons: -Lag issues sometimes while taking the screenshots -It would be great if in future I can test my website on different browser combinations as well.
Overall Opinion: As a design agency we have to build a lot of webpages every week and of course have to ensure that they are mobile friendly. LT Browser helps in making this responsive testing process faster.. It’s fairly easy to start using and you get the hang of it pretty fast. So not much of a learning curve involved and anyone from the team can start performing responsive testing from day one. The app allows us to check multiple devices side by side and comes with a feature to integrate with Asana. This integration helps us to share bugs with the respective team directly from LT Browser.
Pros: Primarily it’s UI is self explanatory and nice, switching devices is very easy with a good comparison view. Inbuilt dev tools can be really helpful as you can make changes on the go. However you can also take screenshots or video recordings and share it across with the team.
Cons: Right now we can only see two devices side by side. Would be great if we can add multiple devices side by side.
Overall Opinion: Helped us curb down the reformatting of websites and switching tabs for comparison while testing across a myriad of devices. It solves our pain point by providing a handy toolbox to test for all the device sizes in one location. Helped us eliminate redundant tasks for the team and was very easy to get started with. A useful tool for mobile web testing!
Pros: It has a good collection of devices and even if the device you want is not present you can add a custom device.. We use Jira for bug management and native integration with it makes error management easy. The network tweaking feature is amazing! You can check the loading time or how your website responds to low/high latency networks.
Cons: You can’t choose browsers, just devices. Testing on let’s say firefox on oneplus 8 would be an improvement and of great help to dev’s.
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This page was composed by Sarah Elson and published by Alternative.me. It was created at 2020-09-28 09:16:06 and last edited by Sarah Elson at 2020-08-29 07:48:58. This page has been viewed 494 times.