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    CrossBrowserTesting

    Run manual, visual, or automated tests on your website or web application across 1500+ real desktop and mobile browsers right in the cloud.

    Commercial Web

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  • CutyCapt

    CutyCapt is a small cross-platform command-line utility to capture WebKit's rendering of a web page into a variety of vector and bitmap formats, including SVG, PDF...

    Free Open Source Windows

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    MultiBrowser

    MultiBrowser (or Multi-Browser Viewer) is a cross browser and functional web testing software tool, using REAL standalone browsers, an accurate mobile emulator and...

    Commercial Windows Windows 10 Windows 7 Windows 8 Microsoft Visual Studio

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    Sauce Labs

    Secure, scalable cloud-based platform for the automated testing of desktop and mobile applications.

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web Android iPhone iPad

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    Testize

    Instant Cross-Mobile & Browser Website Testing. Discover what's wrong with your site in seconds. The service helps site owners and web-developers to discover...

    Commercial Web

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  • phancap

    Web service (API) to create website screenshots. Self-hosted and written in PHP. Caching included. phancap is useful for: - Show screenshots for websites in your...

    Free Open Source Linux Self-Hosted PHP

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    IE NetRenderer

    Free online HTML tool that shows instantly how your website looks like in Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, 7, 6 and 5.5.

    Free Web

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    pCloudy

    pCloudy is the most powerful cloud based App Testing Platform. It has the most comprehensive set of Mobile Devices & Tools to Improve Quality of your App. pCloudy...

    Commercial $ $ $ Web

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    Browshot

    Browshot is a powerful service to take real-time screenshots in 30+ screen resolutions on 15+ virtual devices, including iPhone, Nook, Android, etc. Browshot provides...

    Commercial Web

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    khtml2png

    khtml2png is a command line program to create screenshots of webpages. It uses libkhtml (the library that is used in the KDE webbrowser Konqueror). Can execute...

    Free Open Source Linux

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    TestingBot

    Cross browser compatibility testing with Selenium Online. Automatically test your website on multiple browsers with Selenium. Manually test your website in your...

    Commercial Web

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    Aptus

    Aptus is a dedicated browser that lets you preview, edit and screenshot your responsive site at any size from mobile through to large desktop. Focus your responsive...

    Commercial $ $ $ Mac

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Browsershots Comments

No (more) Internet Explorers?

Comment by Anamon
about Browsershots · Feb 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

I'm almost certain that I remember there being several versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer available for screenshots from Browsershots. And indeed, even their instructions on how to run one's own screenshot factory include specific steps for setting up one using Internet Explorer. However, in the list of available browsers, there's not a single version of IE to be found. Does anybody know why?

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Useful Applications

Comment by Bryanr12
about Browsershots · Dec 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

It is useful applications. When a user submits a web address on the central web interface, the screenshots are made automatically on distributed computers that are run by volunteers. http://www.whatisall.com/technology/what-is-browser-compatibility.html

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