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Save time writing and running tests across multiple browsers.
Deliver a seamless, high-quality user experience in multiple browsers.
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“Mabl easily integrates with our workflows and CI/CD pipelines so that developers can run really robust tests without using a lot of engineering resources.”Read More
"We went from 10% to 95% test automation coverage with 3 QAs and 5 developers. Our team is working with greater confidence and our customers are even happier."Watch the Video
"Mabl allows our team to focus on improving our product and user experience. The fast, consistent execution has been instrumental in showing the value of testing."Read the Story
"Using traditional automation tools like Selenium would have taken 2 years and $240K to accomplish what ITS did with mabl in just 4 months at 80% cost savings."Read the Story
"Mabl lets us accomplish in hours what we used to do in 2 weeks. Our team is increasing velocity with higher quality and providing more value to the business."Read the Story
“My team started using mabl effectively in 6 weeks versus months with a traditional tool. They can easily maintain tests and our output has doubled as a result.”Read the Story
“It’s about using automation to let people do their best work. Mabl helps more of our people play an active role in testing and think about higher value things.”Read the Story
“With mabl, my team can scale testing when we need it most. We can run as many tests as needed in parallel without worrying about managing infrastructure.”Read the Story
It’s the only SaaS solution that tightly integrates automated end-to-end testing into the entire development lifecycle.
Cross browser testing tools identify problems rendering content across different browsers to ensure that applications are compatible with all browsers.
The only SaaS service with native support for Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Safari without leveraging 3rd party test-cloud beyond mabl. Reuse test across browsers.
A beginner takes his first dip into browser-based testing tools. He tries SeleniumIDE, mabl, and Testim, then evaluates which one comes out on top based on usability and robustness.