Multi-Browser Viewer – free trial
Multi-browser Viewer version 2 has just been released and is a first of its kind. It now includes 16 Standalone virtualized browsers. This enable a user to run IE6, IE7 and IE8, Safari, 3.2 and 4 for instance alongside each other each with its own rendering engine in tact, and without the need for you to set up virtual machines or to VNC in to other online services for testing.
Multi-Browser Viewer has 16 Standalone browsers and more will be added as they become available. Standalone browsers included in the package:
* IE6, IE7 and IE8
* Safari 3.2 and 4
* Firefox 2, 3 and 3.5
* Opera 9.64 and 10
* Google Chrome 2 & 3
* Maxthon 2.5, Avant 11.7,Seamonkey 2 and Flock 2.5
Another great feature is Multi-Browser Viewer’s screenshot testing feature. Similar to a browsershots.org or Adobe browserlab, it allows you to select up to 45 browsers/ 3 OS variations, which is then loaded on the respective machines and a full page screenshot taken, like Camino 2 for mac OS for instance. These images are all saved on you local machine and in our tests these screenshots have been of a very high quality.
Other helpful features include a built-in HTML validation and auto correction feature which is a nice touch, to help you debug problematic HTML pages.
Another added benefit is that Multi-browser Viewer actually saves a copy of the HTML source code and a MHT file locally, which is kind of cool if you want to compare a page over a period of time.
A free trial download is available here and includes 6 virtualized browsers (including the problematic IE6) which can be used for 14 days.
Publisher: TWD Solutions Pte Ltd