Browsershots lets you view how websites appear in the six most commonly used browsers today. It generates screenshots in two resolutions (800×600 and 1024×768).
This is a great tool for web designers who most often check their designs on different browsers and operating systems. Browsershots works by letting you test websites in different resolutions with different plugins.
The best thing about this is it’s 100 percent free and very easy to use. Simply visit the site and enter the url of the website you want to check on the box provided and then click submit. You will then be shown a list of browsers compatible with that particular site.
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Get shots of your website from different web browser in one step!
Insert a website address and get the browser shot quickly and for free. Browser shot service generates fullscreen preview of websites.
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