Deal of the Week: BrowseEmAll

WebdesignerDepot Staff By WDD Staff  |  Aug. 08, 2013

With the amazing apps available for Mac these days, Windows users must get sick of hearing about “the latest must-have app” that they can’t use.

Fortunately there are still a few gems available, designed and build exclusively for Windows, to make Mac users jealous. One of them is the great cross-browser testing application BrowseEmAll.

BrowseEmAll enables you to quickly test your applications and website designs on all browsers and multiple platforms — including mobile devices.

The desktop app features a side-by-side view that allows you to compare up to four different browsers from different platforms right next to each other in the same window.

Ideal for testing everything from IE7 to Chrome 26, all major browsers are included. What’s more you can even automate the testing of all browsers with reports on a specific site telling you what HTML tags and CSS properties aren’t supported and helping you track down cross-browser issues in a fraction of the normal time.

Still not sure about mobile devices? BrowseEmAll lets you try your site on iPhone, iPad and Android simulations. You can use landscape or portrait mode and interact just like a real device.

Of course, BrowseEmAll is only as useful as the browsers it features, which is why it’s regularly updated either manually, or automatically (the choice is yours).

Happily our sister-site,, has arranged a 50% discount on this great app. You can choose the standard license, which gives you desktop browsers, cross-browser reporting, side-by-side comparison and a year of updates for just $34 (regular price $69); or you can choose the professional license, which includes everything the standard license offers, plus Android, iPhone and iPad simulators for just $57 (regular price $119).

Jump over to to grab this offer while it lasts.


Have you used BrowseEmAll for development? How much time do you think it saved you? Let us know in the comments.

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