Screenfly from Quirktools lets you test how your website appears on a variety of resolutions and devices from your desktop, laptop and tablet to your smartphone and TV.
This is a great tool for publishers and web designers as it lets them view sites thereby allowing them to adjust certain aspects if necessary.
Screenfly is free to use. Simply visit the website and enter the url of the site you want to check on the box provided in the center of the home page. Immediately, you will be shown the home page of the site as it is shown on a desktop computer. You can then navigate to other devices by clicking on the different icons available on the top part of the page.
For the tablet and smartphone, a dropdown menu will be shown listing the different brands. You can also rotate the view of the device if you want.
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