Multi-browser Screenshots

See how a webpage renders across many browsers & devices

Multi-browser Screenshots is a free Chrome extension that lets you check how a site renders across many common browsers/devices:

- Edge

- Internet Explorer 11/10/9/8

- Chrome 50

- Firefox 45

- Safari 9.1 (OS X El Capitan)

- Google Nexus 6 (Android 5.0)

- Google Nexus 9 (Android 5.0)

- iPad Air (iOS 8.3)

- iPhone 6 Plus (iOS 8.3)

Would you recommend this product?
2 Reviews3.5/5

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• Great idea!

• Great way to quickly check if your website looks good on IE (specially when you're a Mac user)


• Just a shortcut to the Microsoft Developer website

• Then, you cannot check a page that requires login

What's the advantage of using this over inspect element @christrianoliff?
@amrith It's very different to Inspect Element as it renders the page on real browsers and devices. Inspect Element is only useful for inspecting a site on that particular browser. This Chrome Extension is intended for cross-browser testing.
Great job!! 😊 Hows it different from others!

For the purity of the experiment checked on our other website, and the results are more like reallity :) It will be great if the results can be relied on with full confidence.


• I like the idea


• In my case there a wrong results for IE 11 (maybe 10, 9, 8 too, idk), iPad Air, iPhone 6 Plus.

Hi - thanks for the review! how were the results wrong for those browsers? It uses the real browsers so the results should be exactly as if you were to test on the real browsers/devices yourself. Note that the iPhone/iPad tests use an older version of iOS, so may be different if you're comparing against a device running iOS 11