Giacomo LawranceAuthor of thenerdystudent.com

What's the best tool to get pictures of a website on multiple devices?

I'd like to get a picture of my website across multiple devices to show it off, and show that it looks great on all devices. Any sites that let me do this?
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    Placeit

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    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Placeit is one of the simplest tools out there to generate mockups on a variety of screens, devices, placed in different environments. I Love the ease of use, and it works well if you ignore its slight limitations.
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    Am I Responsive

    see your website in multiple screen resolutions

    Ravi ShankarUX Designer, Whacked Out Media · Written
    I've used this many times. I take a screen grab of the page it displays.
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  3. Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Chrome-based browser, comes with emulators for different devices. As they say - "Blisk can take screenshots of each view separately or records videos of your screen. All screenshots and videos are saved to cloud storage automatically so you can easily share them with your team."
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    Mockup Generator

    Create attractive product screenshots with just a few clicks

    Kamal Kant KosariyaCo-founder AppLaunchpad · Written
    Kamal Kant Kosariya made this product
    Mockup Generator is a DIY tool, you can choose suitable mockup template/image, add text, background and other graphics to download the mockup in highest resolution.
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    • By customization on dont mean pure aesthetics, I mean the ability to use the tool as a way to create app store submission packages that really work. The dashboard is still buggy, doesn't behave well in Chrome and most of the time just reloads the homepage when you try and filter by platform.

    • Maria HoffmeisterCreator @ CourseShaper.com

      I have not used it myself (not applicable) but I see this as a great tool for content creators like bloggers, teachers, trainers, developers,... whose audience is typically using these devices.