See how your web looks from an iPhone X
By: Fedora Atjeh | 9/20/2017 03:18:00 AM
Just a week ago Apple introduced its long-awaited iPhone X, a phone with a design that has not left anyone indifferent. In addition to removing the Home button, they followed the current trend in the market to seek to offer the maximum possible screen surface.
Despite all the news, most of the glances went to the top of the device. The sensors that are used in Face ID occupy an important part, giving an aspect to the unique terminal and generating much controversy.
Many of the criticisms were focused on how Apple has implemented this niche in the software, something that can be somewhat uncomfortable in navigation. To make matters worse, many comments have also emerged ensuring that iOS 11 is poorly designed. Anyway, they are sure to sell millions of units around the world, so it's better to be prepared.
With iPhone X Tester we can see how our website looks from the iPhone X. This way we can see if everything is displayed correctly or if we need to make any changes.
The operation can not be simpler. Just enter your web page (with 'http: //' or it will not work) and start navigating from an iPhone X simulator in landscape mode.
If you are an Android user and want to take this experience a step further, a developer has published in GitHub an application that places this bar permanently on your device.
He has christened his creation XOutOf10, being compatible with most devices with Android. You will need to have Android 6.0 or higher, download the .APK and thus save 1,000 euros to have this bar on your mobile.