Top 10 Cross Browser Testing Tools In 2020 (Latest Ranking)

List of the latest and the best Cross Browser Testing Tools for your website Browser Compatibility Testing on different browsers and Operating Systems:

Cross Browser Testing can be the biggest pain for any Software Tester. But thanks to all Cross-browser Test tools available online which help in minimizing the testing efforts.

I've written this post focusing mainly on Software Testers and Designers for knowing various methods for browser testing.


There are many free and paid browser test tools available in the market. You need to select the browser compatibility test tool depending on your needs.

If cross-browser testing is a critical part of your web project then you must allocate some considerable time, resources and budget for testing your website on different web browsers.

Cross-browser Testing Checklist:

What we need to test under browser testing:

1) CSS validation
2) HTML or XHTML validation
3) Page validations with and without JavaScript enabled
4) Ajax and JQeury functionality
5) Font size validation
6) Page layout in different resolutions
7) All images and alignment
8 ) Header and footer sections
9) Page content alignment to center, LHS or RHS
10) Page styles
11) Date formats
12) Special characters with HTML character encoding
13) Page zoom-in and zoom-out functionality

And obviously, you will have to repeat these tests on:
14) Different Operating Systems like Windows, Linux, and Mac
15) Different browsers (with different versions) like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, and Opera.

The premium browser testing tools can be a good option for projects having browser-dependent functionality. But for most of the projects, free tools are sufficient to verify cross-browser functionality.

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Top 10 Cross Browser Testing Tools in 2020

Check the below list of all cross-browser compatibility testing tools available online for the testing website on multiple browsers:



Test your website on 2050+ real desktop and mobile browsers.

Interactively test and debug on live remote devices, view your website on multiple browsers at once by taking automated, or run automated using Selenium, Appium, or your other favorite frameworks. Agile teams can test faster with parallel testing and integrations with CI tools like Jenkins.

Key Features:

  • CrossBrowserTesting will allow you to run single or parallel screenshots and regression tests.
  • Through its intuitive REST API, you will get access to almost the entire app.
  • It provides you full access to developer tools and extensions such as FireBug and Chrome Dev Tools.
  •  Your team will be able to scale the automation speed with Selenium and Appium cloud testing.

#2) LambdaTest


Test Your Website on a combination of 2000+ Browsers & OS.

LambdaTest is a cloud-based cross-browser testing platform that helps you to perform compatibility testing of your web app or websites easily. You can run automated selenium scripts on LambdaTest's scalable cloud grid, or can even perform live interactive testing on real browser environments.

Key Features:

  • Run Selenium automation tests on a scalable Selenium grid having 2000+ browser environments
  • Execute automated screenshot and responsive testing of your website
  • Test your locally or privately hosted website using SSH Tunnel
  • One click bug logging to your favorite bug tracking tool like Asana, BitBucket, GitHub, JIRA, Microsoft VSTS, Slack, Trello, etc.
  • 24*7 Chat support

#3) Comparium


Comparium is a simple tool aimed at running cross-browser compatibility tests on different platforms. The service offers taking screenshots of web resources with different combinations of OSes and browsers, comparing the obtained results in manual and auto modes, running live-time tests for even better results.

Comparium facilitates your testing routine as it has all the minimal necessary tools at one place always implementing something new and adding new features.

Key Features:

  • Screenshots from browsers are collected all in one place and you can easily compare them manually or in automatic mode.
  • Automatic detection of visual incompatibilities by highlighting them.
  • Support for all the latest browsers.
  • Real-time testing offering you a connection to the desired browser and to any of the available operating systems, thus checking your site without installing additional programs.

#4) TestComplete


Automate browser testing process for browser compatibility checks on different browsers and operating systems.


  • TestComplete is a functional UI automated testing tool that you can use to create and run tests on any web application.
  • Run tests in parallel across more than 1500 real test environments, all without any setup or configuration.
  • Get real-time access to the latest devices, resolutions, browsers and operating systems in TestComplete’s on-demand cloud lab.

Choose from multiple programming languages such as JavaScript and Python, or use TestComplete’s script-free record and replay function to create automated UI tests.

#5) Browsershots


Browsershots allow you to test a website in any browser and operating system. This is a widely used browser compatibility testing tool because of its features and available customizations.

You can run cross-browser compatibility tests with great customization options like browser type, operating system, screen size, color depth, JavaScript status, and Flash enable/disable settings. Just put your website URL, select compatibility test parameters and submit the test request.

You need to repeat these steps for every test. This free browser compatibility test service can be used for taking website screen-shots in various browsers and operating systems. It supports 200 different browser versions.

The main drawback of this service is the time taken to display the result when you select several browsers and many times it shows timeout error.

Supported browsers: Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, SeaMonkey, Arora, Dillo, Epiphany, Konqueror, Lynx, Luakit, Rekonq, and Midori many more browsers with all versions.

=> Visit Browsershots Website

#6) Turbo Browser Sandbox

Turbo Browser Sandbox

The Turbo Browser Sandbox allows you to use almost all the top web browsers without installing on your machine.

You can run all popular browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera on your machine directly from the web.

Spoon Browser Sandbox was initially a free service but it's currently a premium service as it's supporting most of the browsers.

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#7) IE NetRenderer

IE NetRenderer

This is a free online browser compatibility check tool to test websites on almost all versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Just select the Internet Explorer version from the drop-down list and put your URL to start rendering the website. You can instantly verify the screen-shot of the page under test.

There is also an “IE NetRenderer” Firefox add-on available that allows you to render the web page that you are currently reading.

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#8) Browsera


This is the best tool to test cross-browser layouts and scripting errors for your website.

This is an automated browser compatibility testing tool used to test a website and its elements in multiple browsers. You can use this service to test a website and all web pages for layout and scripting errors.


  • Find layout problems
  • Find JS errors
  • Can test the entire website
  • Dynamic page testing
  • Can test pages behind login password
  • The best part is – installation is not required

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#9) IETester

IE Tester

There are many options available online if you want to check the browser compatibility on Internet Explorer versions. IETester is one of those options that allow you to test your website on the latest IE versions at the same time using one application.

IETester, a free browser testing tool can be used to test websites on IE11, IE10, IE9, IE8, IE7, IE6 and IE5.5 on Microsoft Windows 8 desktop, Windows 7, Vista, and XP.

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#10) BrowserStack Live

BrowserStack Live

BrowserStack Live is a mobile application and browser testing tool. You can test your website on 2000+ browsers making it one of the comprehensive browser compatibility tests.

You can test your website on Android and iOS real devices using their cloud platform. This tool is also useful for testing websites on different operating systems and real mobile devices.


  • No setup required. It can start instant testing in the real device cloud.
  • Covers 2000+ desktop browsers and almost all real mobile device browsers.
  • Secure and private network.
  • Interactive devices (no device lab or virtual machines).

=> Visit BrowserStack Website

#11) Ranorex Studio


Ranorex Studio is an all-in-one solution for web application and cross-browser testing. Automate tests for a broad variety of web technologies and frameworks including HTML5, Java and JavaScript websites, Salesforce, Flash and Flex applications, and many more. Ranorex even supports cross-domain iframes, elements in a shadow DOM, hybrid desktop applications based on the open-source Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) and the JxBrowser.

Features include:

  • Reliable object identification, even for web elements with dynamic IDs.
  • Shareable object repository and reusable code modules for efficient test creation and reduced maintenance.
  • Data-driven and keyword-driven testing.
  • Customizable test report with video reporting of test execution – see what happened in a test run without having to re-run the test!
  • Run cross-browser tests in parallel or distribute them on a Selenium Grid with built-in Selenium Webdriver support.
  • Integrates with tools like Jira, Jenkins, TestRail, Git, Travis CI, and more.

#12) Browserling


There are some tools like Browserling for interactive browser testing.

Top Features:

  • It's a LIVE tool to test your website on different real browsers on real systems
  • Interactive testing like you are testing on your computer browser
  • Access to all the latest browsers
  • Take and share screenshots with team
  • Secure browsing
  • Can test responsive websites easily
  • Browser extensions available for Chrome and Firefox
  • APIs available

=> Visit Browserling Website

#13) Experitest


Automate your cross-browser testing by running Selenium and Appium tests on 1,000+ browser types, versions, and operating systems.

  • Test on any browser
  • Interact with your app in real-time and debug it
  • Execute hundreds of tests in parallel
  • Integrate with your CI/CD workflow
  • Perform visual testing to verify UI responsiveness across different resolutions
  • Get visual test reports with screenshots, videos, and log files

If you can't rely on these online tools then using Virtual Desktop is the best solution for you. Using a Virtual machine you can simulate the live environment for multiple browsers and different operating systems.

You can use virtual machine software or set up a virtual machine on your office network with different operating system images and browsers which can be accessed remotely for browser compatibility testing.


I hope this post is helpful to know the best commercial and free cross-browser testing tools available online.

The selection of a good cross-platform tool depends on your requirement as each browser compatibility checking tool comes with its advantages and disadvantages.

Which test method you use to test browser compatibility? If you have your way of testing browser compatibility, please let us know in the comments section below.

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96 thoughts on “Top 10 Cross Browser Testing Tools In 2020 (Latest Ranking)”

  1. simply super!
    great compilation, really helpful for me.

    We manual verify website in different browsers which are mostly used by our customers and we get that data from google analytics.

    • thanks Poorab
      Actually it took me almost 4 hours to compile this list. I personally used most of the free tools and tried free trial versions of paid tools. So no doubt this is the best comprehensive list to check for cross browser testing tools.

      Getting browser data from Google analytic can work to some extent. But it’s always safer to cross check website in all major browsers available in market.

  2. @ jebb
    All tools come with their own advantages and disadvantages. It depends on individual requirements whether to rely on those or not. I agree for in-depth browser compatibility tests, free tool is not a good choice.

  3. When you want to check more than just how the page renders and look at static JPGs of it, for example testing JavaScript functionality then there is NO substitute, certainly in the case of IE, for VMWare images for each copy. For other browsers such as Opera and Firefox then side by side installs are straight forward without the need for VMware images – unless of course you’re also testing other OSs…

  4. Good Good & Very Good article, but its copied, because i have already read this 5 months ago, & now u just copy edited it & then pasted.

    sorry sir i m not criticize,just sharing my experience & now i do not remember that link :(

    one thing more u can use above tools very well but these are not 100% reliable,because u have to manually check each & every page(putting URL).
    so i think manual testing is much better than all above tools.
    Thank You

  5. @SJ:- very well said SJ, and another thing is that you cannot preview your webpage at high or low resolution i.e. 95% or 90 etc.

  6. @Vijay: Man You seem very clever….lol
    But finally i need your help…currently i m working on a downloading portal with strong SEO & content…plz help me how to test a website which having a 100% influence of SEO..& how to test this kind of site..Manual or Automation.

    Waiting for your feedback.

  7. Hi guys ,

    I need ur help ,

    I want to know abt DejaGNU tool , what are the things which should take in mind to take this tool for live project. Its adv & DIs ADV & suggest me similar tools.

    Thanks in ADvance. !!!

  8. i am purely in software development, but i want to switch to software testing. Is it possible. I do know about software testing, with no practical experience. Can i do that????

  9. I usually use browser shots to check my site for bugs in different browsers. For me it is the best tool till now. I will give Spoon a chance.

  10. Have you looked at Selenium? I’m not sure if it is truly valuable as I have only used it with Firefox, but I would think that if you could output that script, you could tweak it to run with other browsers. I use it for Sanity checks ALL the time.

  11. My 2 cents in this forum. Appriciate the effort of compiling the details. Evenif it was copied, I don’t mind as ultimately it’s a knowledge spread.
    My concern here is, most of this free tools are remote machines and there is definately a serurity risk when you want to test interactive web sites. For example we don’t want to publish our sales web site(having senstitive data) to outside virtual computers
    The solution to this is to use paid tools. Now those paid tools also can give you the snap shot resuls only. What about the pages having reference data from somewhere else. For example your page have search utility and the search results can be anything? How to test the browser compatibity for different kind of results?
    Now the solution of above problem is to use scripting tools(Test Automation tool) it means Actually we are looking for combination of Automation scripting tool and Browser compatibilty tool where we record the cases and run the scripts with different browser. Again we have an issue that the scipt recorded with IE can not be run in Other browser and vise versa. Any thoughts?

  12. Hello Poorab,
    can you please explain ” we get that data from google analytics.” how does we get dat from google analystics , i know the GA ( google analytics) I am working on that ,



  13. Great site. I also think open source testing tools based on Selenium project are great for cross browser testing. I have tried PushToTest’s tool called TestMaker, and found it to be really useful.

  14. It’s a very good information to the test engineers .

    Thanks for providing information.and also can u provide manual testing

  15. Hi,

    My project is a web based project and it supports for different browsers: IE(6,7,8 & 9) and Mozila Firefox and operating Systems: WinXP, WinVista, Win2003 & Win7.

    I am doing compatibility testing manually. This time i have gone through some free tool for this type of testing in the website. It is difficult for me to decide whic his good for our project as i am new to all the tools.

    Can anyone please help me out of this problem.
    Thanks in advance

  16. great and very nice piece of work.
    Very nice compilation.

    I am making a application to monitor web traffic and need to make a report on the scalability and performance of the UI .

    Can you please help me with the parameters i should test and points which should be considered in testing a UI which should display a lot of data.


  17. The current approach thatw e employ for the cross browser testing is that, we employ OATS on the test suite and then do the regression testing in just one browser. Then we do just link validation of the application in various other browsers, for which we employ several link checker tools such as the xenu tool.Request your inisghts on the adopted approach.


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