There are more mobile phones in the world than televisions and PCs combined. And millions of people are using those mobile phones to connect to the Internet. So they may reach your sites on one day. Did your site is ready for mobile viewing? Can a mobile user can read and navigate through your site easily? If you want to find a solution for it, you will need to check it in different mobile browsers and applications. It is not possible to check all the device one by one by obtaining it from a shop or from other sources. So we need a permanent solution to test the site for the compatibility check. Here we are discussing about some tools which helps you to check your site virtually on various mobile devices.
To see your site the same way as it may appears in a millions of mobile users is to try the dotMobi mobile phone emulator, which “emulates” a real mobile phone Web browser.
This checker performs various tests on a Web Page to determine its level of mobile-friendliness.
Adobe® Device Central CS5.5 software simplifies the production of innovative and compelling content for mobile phones, tablets, and consumer electronic devices. Plan, preview, and test engaging experiences and deliver them to practically anyone on virtually any device. Easily access profiles for a wide range of the newest devices, including smartphones and tablets from Apple and RIM, through the dynamically updated online device library.
iPhoney gives you a pixel-accurate web browsing environment—powered by Safari—that you can use when developing web sites for iPhone. It’s the perfect 320 by 480-pixel canvas for your iPhone development.iPhoney is not an iPhone simulator but instead is designed for web developers who want to create 320 by 480 (or 480 by 320) websites for use with iPhone. It gives you a canvas on which to test the visual quality of your designs.
iPad peek helps you to check your site in ipad like device.
Google Mobilizer is a web tool that lets you input a web page address and then makes the page mobile-web-friendly by trimming the content down to its bare essentials.
The mobiReady testing tool evaluates mobile-readiness using industry best practices & standards.The free report provides both a score (from 1 to 5) and in-depth analysis of pages to determine how well your site performs on a mobile device.
This site will helps you to check your site in different browsers. You can select the list of browsers you want to check your website with.
Want read more, here is a detailed article about mobile simulator applications. Sixrevisions also published a detailed article about it. What you think about this type of testing? Is it enough for building good applications in mobile environment?