The latest reports show that Google Chrome is the most widely used web browser with 76.8% users, followed by Mozilla Firefox 12.5%, and internet explorer with 4.3%. Different people view your business websites on different web browsers. And you won’t disagree with me that your website/web app is the first thing that the user comes around and it is representing your business face to him. So that has to provide him the best experience. Now say, you have optimized your website for top web browsers like Chrome, Mozilla and Safari. But the question that arises now is have you even tested for all the versions on all these top browsers? Have you tested for the other web browsers than the top browsers that are listed? What is Cross Browser Testing? What about the rest 6.4% people who use other than these browsers? Don’t you want that these people should also see your way the same way the 94.6% people are seeing it? Of course you do!
So what is to be done to test if your website/web app is performing the same for every user who uses the top browsers or the user from the 6.4% people who uses some other browser?
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