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What cross-browser testing tools do you use?

I'm looking for a tool to help with Cross-browser testing (preferably free).
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    BrowserStack

    Live, Web-Based Browser Testing.

    Gaurav Agrawal
    Gaurav Agrawal18Coder, Thinker, Curious observer Β· Written
    They have almost all the versions of browsers. I think they are the industry leader in this segment. Browser stack is not free but you can check it out.
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    Vinit Agrawal
    Vinit Agrawal14Co-Founder at Tars (HelloTars.com) Β· Written
    Great tool for testing your web app. Definitely worth buying.
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    BrowserSync

    Keep multiple browsers & devices in sync when building sites

    Ayrton De Craene
    Ayrton De Craene18Code @ Clearbit Β· Written
    With Browsersync you can easily test your web page on all your different devices and browsers. It's free and open source!
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    LambdaTest

    Ensure your web-apps work seamlessly across all browsers.

    Easily integrates with Slack, Jira, Asana, Trello, etc etc. Good performance, loads of features, great UI, and fast customer support team.
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    Deeksha Agarwal
    Deeksha AgarwalCreative Developer Β· Written
    It is an awesome product to use as it has almost every latest and oldest browser. Though it is not free but it is very cheap.
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    • Rajesh Ranjan
      Rajesh RanjanFounder, Instano

      I used Lamdatest at Analytics Vidhya to identify bugs in the website with every new release. Without having a standard QA team, it would save a lot of time for me (being the product manager) to perform the tests quickly and identify crucial bugs. All the best to the team!

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    • LambdaTest has helped me transform my software business. We are winning larger projects, delivering better quality code and doing it with less resources. We have made a major investment in mobile development and I could not afford to invest in several test devices for each of my programmers and testers. Instead, I give them all access to LambdaTest and they are really happy! Code quality has improved. When bugs appear, it is easy to document and assign to someone as part of our workflow. New LambdaTest features allow us to interactively develop on mobile. Instead of investing in expensive, idle mobile devices, I am investing in productive resources, PEOPLE - developers and testers. In addition, I can afford a larger team because the investment needed per developer/tester is much less. (I shouldn't be saying all this... our smart competitors will jump and subscribe to LambdaTest. But Jay, Sarah and the entire LambdaTest team have been awesome to work with and I need to give them a shout out for all the great things that they have helped me accomplish by creating this great platform and continuously improving it.)

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