Although desktop browsers provide developer tools that emulate mobile devices to assist development, performance on real devices can vary much differently to that of the emulator.

Remote debugging is essential if you want to ensure your website performs as well as it should.

Below I have compiled a list of browsers available on mobile devices, providing links to the developer’s documentation that shows the steps to take if you would like to debug this internet browser on your testing device.


Android Default Browser

Available for: The android default browser is typically displayed as the “Internet” application on a mobile device running Android.
Documentation: people.apache.org/~pmuellr/weinre-docs/latest/


Firefox

Available for: Android
Documentation: developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Remote_Debugging


Google Chrome

Although Google Chrome is available on both Android and iOS operating systems, it is worth noting that on iOS, Chrome renders using Safari’s WebKit rendering engine and not Blink.
Documentation: developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/


Opera Mini

Available for: Android, iOS
Documentation: opera.com/dragonfly/documentation/remote/


Safari

Available for: iOS
Documentation: developer.apple.com/safari/tools/