Wirelessly pair multiple iOS and Android devices to your computer. With Edge Inspect, you browse in Chrome, and all connected devices will stay in sync.
Press a single button to grab screenshots from all your connected devices and easily save and send them to colleagues. Screenshots are transferred to your computer, to a folder you can specify.
To make custom integrations easier, we now provide the Edge Inspect API. You can use this API to build custom browser extensions, use Edge Inspect as part of your build system, integrate Edge Inspect with an IDE or other application, and more. We hope you’ll find new ways to use the API that we haven’t thought of.
The Edge Inspect API is available on GitHub. Fork it and send us your pull requests!
Localhost URL support, hide/show Edge Inspect UI on devices, HTTP authentication support, cache management, URL monitoring, HTTPS support, Amazon Kindle Fire support, and preview on devices from Edge Code and Edge Reflow
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"It’s exciting to see Adobe using Google Chrome’s Developer Tools as the primary interface for debugging with Edge Inspect. As developers, we’re all used to this tool and it does such a great job, so to us it feels like a perfect fit – no need to learn something new."
Ryan Means, Associate Director of Software Design and Development, Phenomblue
"We have more than 70 phones and tablets in our mobile test lab at Filament Group. Edge Inspect helps us test and debug our code faster and with less hassle. It’s an indispensable tool for mobile web development."
Todd Parker, Partner, Filament Group
"Edge Inspect saves us the step of pushing to a server to test or setting up a complicated way of previewing on multiple devices. It’s pretty indispensable to our workflow at this point."
Mike Swartz, Creative Director, Upstatement