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I want to test my website build for mobile in the most smartphones and mobile phones. Maybe with a desktop software or with a web application.

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Android Emulator – GAThrawn Nov 11 '10 at 11:49
Adobe Browser Lab - browserlab.adobe.com/en-us/index.html – Sairam Nov 11 '10 at 12:29

You can also go to services like Perfecto Mobile and DA to test your site on actual devices instead of regular emulators.


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The question is how seriously you want to test your website. If you have a small site and only want to check how it looks you can use an emulator but if you really want to reach quality standards you are used to from old fashioned website/software testing you must test on real devices. Perfecto mobile is definitely a recommended solution - the only 100% web based RDA service, very quick support to newly launched devices (e.g. galaxy tab) and the most flexible and affordable plans and prices (e.g. the Android Cloud) they have a 1 hour free trial with access to all devices

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