- Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9, & 10
- Firefox 10 ESR, 17 ESR, 19, & 20 (latest)
- Chrome (latest)
- Safari 5
- iPhone 3GS, 4/4S, & 5
- iPad 2, Mini, & Latest
There are plenty of options for testing how a site or app functions or performs under load. But long before your customers start interacting with your site, they've already formed an opinion of you based upon how the site looks. Making sure your web site or app looks good in the browsers your customers use is one of the easiest ways to improve conversions on your site. Moreover, a high quality web experience tells your customers you're serious about their business. That's why we built Mogotest.
Testing how your site looks has traditionally been a manual process, and thus a costly and error-prone one. With our background in machine learning and browser testing (we contribute to Selenium), we developed an automated approach that drastically reduces the cost & time associated with visual testing, while improving accuracy. Since we want to improve the Web for everyone, we've developed the practice of Web Consistency Testing openly and have shared our findings with all.
We love this stuff. If you want help with Web Consistency Testing in general, let us know and we'll be happy to help. If you're looking for a simple-to-use service with no coding or integration effort required, sign up for a FREE trial and give us a shot. We guarantee we'll find an issue on your site you previously didn't know about. If we don't, we'll issue a full refund in your first 30 days.
Mobile Browser SupportMay 30, 2013
We're delighted to push Web Consistency Testing into mobile browsing. We've added support for the iPhone 3GS, 4, & 5, as well as the iPad 2, mini, & the latest iPad. Testing can be done in both portrait and landscape orientations.
Mogotest Jenkins PluginMarch 25, 2013
Our Jenkins plugin is now available from the Jenkins plugin center. Trigger tests on Mogotest as part of your normal continuous integration or deployment cycle.