Hii guys, you know how is hard test cross-browsers. We have a lot of problems with versions of different browsers, different SOs and for this huge possibilities it is impossible to test your automation in every browser with all possibilities of SOs and configuration.
So, here are the list of tools that you can check cross-browser compatibility:
Ghostlab offers synchronized testing for scrolls, clicks, reloads and form input across all your connected devices, meaning you can test the entire user experience, not just a simple page.
BrowserStack provides live, web-based browser testing with instant access to every desktop and mobile browser (currently more than 300), with the ability to test local and internal servers, providing a secure setup. The cloud-based access means no installation is required, and the pre-installed developer tools (including Firebug Lite, Microsoft Script Debugger and many more) are useful for quick cross-browser testing and debugging.
Price: $39 per month (Solo) – $399 per month (Enterprise)
Price: $12 per month (Manual) – $149 per month (Small Team)
Spoon.net is a browser sandbox (currently Windows-only) to test or deploy multiple versions of current, beta or legacy web browsers without maintaining cumbersome virtual machines. Just log in, install a small plugin, select the browser you want to test and it will launch instantly. Because Spoon.net runs the applications in isolated “sandboxes,” you can run multiple applications side-by-side without any conflicts or dependencies.
Price: Free – $99 per month (Team)
Price: $29.95 per month (Basic) – $199.95 per month (Business)
Price: Free – $99 per month (Premium)
IE NetRenderer allows you to check how your website performs in Internet Explorer 5.5 through 11. Just type in your URL and see how your website appears in common IE versions. Once rendered, you can choose between nine versions of IE, and you’re presented with the processing time of the request and the dimensions of your website design.
TestingBot provides easy cross-browser testing with Selenium, either manually or automated, with more than 100 browser and OS combinations. The live, manual testing allows you to control any browser in the cloud interactively from your own browser. You can run automated tests in the cloud by specifying which browsers you want to test, when the test should run and for how long.
Price: $40 per month (Small Team) – $250 per month (Custom)
You can filter and choose the best tool for what you need with this excellent site, just choose the options that you want to filter (Really it is very useful): http://www.qatestingtools.com/taxonomy/term/59/table
In this site below you can find 13 tools, but I just chose these 8 because I think that are the most relevant of the research.