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Is there a screen shot service for capturing web sites as they would appear on various mobile devices?

I'm looking for something similar to Browsershots or CrossBrowserTesting that also includes mobile devices...

thanks!

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There is a similar question on Stack Overflow. Hope that answers!

For iPhone, try this.

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That's too much work in my view. We really need something like Browsershots for mobile. –  Gili May 20 '11 at 18:52
    
I think the iPhone tool is rendering the page inside a frame but using your browser's rendering engine (a page I tested said I was using Firefox, not Safari). –  2rs2ts Jan 22 '13 at 16:13

Browshot: currently has iPad 1&2, iPhone 3&4, Android Nexus, Nook Color, etc. A free account is required to see the full list.

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