how does your website looks on different mobile devices and is your website mobile friendly ?

Due to rapid increase in usage of mobile devices, its has become a mandatory strategy to have your website mobile friendly, since more than 50% of user traffic these days comes from mobile devices.

First, we need to identify whether our website is mobile friendly or not, recently google changed their algorith to skip those websites which are not mobile friendly and also when you search something in “Google Search” it shows whether the certain website searched is mobile friendly or not.

1. Mobile Friendly Test – Googles this tool analyzes a URL and report if the page has a mobile-friendly design.  This is how our websites report looks like ” Click Link

2. W3C mobileOK Checker – This tool provides some details on what are errors which can cause your website to be loaded slow on mobile devices. This is how our website report looks like. ” Click Link “

How our website looks on different mobile devices ?

You can check few websites which allows to select devices of various mobile brands and screen sizes and some allows to customise the screen size for your testing. Below is list of those websites,

1) http://mobiletest.me – click this link, add your URL on home page, select device of your choice for testing. This is how our website looks on ipad mini.

2) http://quirktools.com/screenfly/ – allows you to select different resolutions.

3) https://www.browserstack.com/responsive – allows you to check in different predefined devices as well as specifically you can test by selecting portrait and landscape mode.

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4) http://www.mobilephoneemulator.com/ – Allows you to test with changing screen size.

 

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