Dec. 29, 2020, 8:53 a.m.
Mobile devices have taken the world by storm in the last 5 years or so.
More and more people are using their mobile phones for the smallest of the tasks. Having said that, browsing on mobile is 3 times greater than on desktops in 2020 according to a study. This all leads to the conclusion that websites must be responsive, UI Friendly,fits the device width. Lets discuss these components in brief.
1. Analyze Mobile ViewPort:
A viewport is a visible area of a webpage inside a browser. Mobile View Port Lets you preview target websites on different screens of various sizes. The portion of the browser that you are viewing the website is actually a viewport. To see how a viewport works, you can open your browser say Google Chrome, and from the left bar, you can resize the screen viewport to test websites. WebAnalyzer will handle the testing of your website experience on different viewports automatically by only providing a url.
2. Analyze on Multiple Devices:
How many times a website tester needed a mobile device to test websites on. From Motorola to Iphone, one needs to physically access them to check if the content fits page width, responsiveness etc. WebAnalyzer provides access to various mobile devices to remotely test website on. You can test any page of the website. Our robust algorithm reports the complete list of page loading issues and gets a brief description of problems and guidance on how to fix them. Moreover, WebAnalyzer provides 15 remote locations around the globe to test your website loading experience.
3. WebSite Responsiveness:
Google rolled out an update in their algorithm which ranked and prioritize mobile-friendly websites higher. Indirectly Google is saying that 'The website must be accessible on mobile with Good UX and Performance. Mobile Responsiveness must be preferred for the following reasons:
As the say "Desktop Market will never fade, but Mobile the future.