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squaredmonkey says

Hi Guys..

Im looking for an app to preview my mobile site. I once had one.. for download.. but i cant remember what that was..

Thx for the heads up!

Sq

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revaxarts says

You can use Safari for iOS:

Developer Menu -> User Agent Safari iOS x.x.x iPad/iPhone

resize the browser window to fit the mobile screen

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meks says
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cudazi Envato team says
meks said
Or you have Google Chrome extension that resize your browser window. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/kkelicaakdanhinjdeammmilcgefonfh?hc=search&hcp=main https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/idhfcdbheobinplaamokffboaccidbal?hc=search&hcp=main Cheers!

I have Window Resizer noted above for quick checks on dimensions but it seems to have slowed the browser down a bit when I’m just resizing for other purposes.

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squaredmonkey says

Its not relly what im looking for.. as im developing my site with the WP touch plugin. If I remember there was a application, just like a browser that i could install on my PC. I see it in some of the tutorials here..

Please help :)

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squaredmonkey says

Awesome!! Your the man!!

Your input is highly appriciated!!

Sq

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organicbee says
squaredmonkey said
Awesome!! Your the man!!

Your input is highly appriciated!!

Sq

You may not be using a mac… but for everyone else that finds this thread if you need to test iPad/iPhone sites and you have a mac download Xcode from the app store or developers.apple.com install it then go to Mac HD -> Developer -> Platforms -> iPhoneSimulator.platform -> Applications -> iOS Simulator…. it works and functions like the physical device and if you work on a local server you can go to whatever the address is in safari(localhost..etc) you can simulator pinch/zoom by holding down the command + option keys

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