Friday, June 17, 2011

BrowserSeal version 2.20

BrowserSeal today announced a new release of its cross browser testing application. Version 2.20 adds Firefox 4.0, Safari 6 and Opera 11 to already extensive list of supported browsers which now include Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8, Firefox 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0, Chrome, Opera 8, 9, 10 and 11, Safari 3, 4, 5 and 6 and also Opera Mini for mobile browser testing.

BrowserSeal is the fastest and the most user friendly cross browser testing tool available today. As it is an application which is installed on users PC, rather than a web service, it can be used to test web sites in production that are located on web developers PC or company intranet.

It comes with standalone versions of all major browsers which allows the developer to interact with the web site and debug the issue once rendering inconsistency has been found.

BrowserSeal was specifically designed to be embedded in scripts - BrowserSeal.Robot edition comes with command line interface which can be used to automate the tedious testing process.

Version 2.20 is a minor upgrade that should allow our current users (which can download it free of charge) to keep pace with rapidly evolving modern browser scene while we are working on a new major release that would add such functionality as form based authentication and much, much more.

Trial version can be downloaded free of charge from

Monday, November 15, 2010

BrowserSeal 2.10 released

BrowserSeal version 2.10 offers tremendous speed improvements for websites rich with multimedia (images, video, audio) content, drastically cutting the screenshot time and allowing faster cross-browser testing. As websites today contain a great deal of heavy graphics, this improvement will interest most web developers.

This update further secures our position as the fastest multiple browser screenshot tool available today.

We would like to remind of BrowserSeal’s unique features carried on in version 2.10:
- Standalone versions of all browsers (allowing manual testing in case of inconsistencies)
- Allows testing local and intranet websites
- Command line interface for automation scripting
- Opera Mini 5.1 for cellular browser testing

Please visit us at, where you can also download a free trial version.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

BrowserSeal 2.0 released

We a thrilled to announce our first major upgrade since BrowserSeal initial release - version 2.0. We understand that mobile browser testing becomes increasingly important and with this version we decided to extend BrowserSeal capabilities to support cellular browser testing by adding Opera Mini 5.1 to the list of browsers supported by BrowserSeal!

Opera Mini can be selected during an installation

With BrowserSeal 2.0 you can now take a screenshot of your website in multiple versions of Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera and Opera Mini. Using convenient tab based navigation interface

You can switch between screenshots taken with different browsers and immediately spot any rendering difference.

However, this is not all. As BrowserSeal comes with standalone versions of all supported browsers, version 2.0 ships with Opera Mini for a PC. This is correct - you can now run Opera Mini mobile browser on your PC with Windows XP, Vista or 7 as a regular application and easily test your web site under mobile browse.

As all our previous versions, BrowserSeal 2.0 comes in two editions - Standard and Automation. Standard edition is intended for individual developers - it allows to capture a web site screenshot with easy to use graphical user interface. The Automation edition, also known as BrowserSeal.Robot, includes all the functionality of the Standard edition along with the command line interface, which can be used to capture multiple screenshots automatically without user interaction.

More information is available at BrowserSeal web site.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

BrowserSeal 1.6 released

Version 1.6 of BrowserSeal cross browser testing tool is now available. This minor upgrade includes a number of bug fixes and stability improvements, especially for Internet Explorer. This version also features a completely new online install system with significantly reduced size of the installation download.

As all previous versions, this upgrade comes with 10 standalone browser versions - Internet Explorer (IE6, IE7 and IE8), Firefox (3.0 and 3.5), Opera (8, 9 and 10) and Safari (3 and 4). It can also work with the following system browsers installed in the usual manner - Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Apple Safari and Opera.

Free trial version is available for download from

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Smashing magazine on BrowserSeal:

BrowserSeal is a new tool. Similar to SuperPreview, it is an application rather than a Web service, and as such its capture speed is very good.
A very nice tool, with comprehensive browser support. The interface is easy to use, the capture speed is great, and the price is competitive.

Unique features: Comes with standalone versions for all major browsers; has command-line mode for automation scripts.

Read more here.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

BrowserSeal review at Devlounge.

This is what they got to say:

Installation is pretty painless, although it does take some time. That’s because BrowserSeal has all the major browsers built-in...

The bottom line, though, is that BrowserSeal does what it says: it takes screenshots of your website on multiple browsers, and does this fast. And when you’re chasing a deadline, speed is good.

Read more here.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Read BrowserSeal review by Madras Geek.

You cannot expect internet connection all the time, you may work sometimes offline, so today we have a multi browser screenshot application and its an desktop tool that allows you to capture an image of your website under multiple browsers with a single click of a mouse.