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KrownThemes says

As the title says .. does anyone have any experience with the following service?

http://crossbrowsertesting.com/

I’m actually interested in their “Live Session” feature, because i don’t have a Mac and from time to time i get bugs that i can’t reproduce on a PC.

Do you know other services that offer a similar experience?

Thanks..

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Smuliii says

I’ve used BrowserStack a few times and nothing bad to say about it so far: http://www.browserstack.com/

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StevenGliebe says

I use BrowserStack but on multiple occasions over a period of months have experienced rendering issues with Safari on OSX via their service – issues that do not seem to exist outside of their service. Once they get that fixed (not sure how serious they take my bug reports since they don’t always reply or reply with “it’s fixed” when it’s not totally fixed). The service is fast, affordable and would be nearly perfect as can be if the Mac testing was right, especially since BrowserCAM closed its doors. :(

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