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My team is implementing analytics tracking on Mobile App. This app is available in mobile version only. Not a website app. I want to test the app in mobile devices if the tracking is working properly or not.

So in short i want a know the approach to emulate the mobile app in different mobiles. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Priya

closed as off-topic by Simon Hayter Mar 8 '17 at 17:53

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  • Sorry but the question is off-topic. You can emulate a mobile phone in most modern browsers i.e developer tools in both Chrome and Firefox. If you want proper mobile testing then you need to cough up money and pay for a paid service such as browserstack.com/responsive which offer a free trial. – Simon Hayter Mar 8 '17 at 17:55
  • Hi simon. Thank you for the response. I will try to edit the question and will not try asking the recommendation about tools. also my question is emulation of mobile apps. Not about mobile websites. – A user Mar 9 '17 at 9:23
  • @SimonHayter I have edited the answers complying the rule. can you take this off hold. i would like to know the approaches people followed – A user Mar 10 '17 at 9:09
  • Sorry but now after reviewing your question it is now off-topic because it is about Mobile APP Development and not about Webmastering a website. Your find information within the help centre what you can and can not ask on Pro Webmasters, for e.g in the first section What topics can I ask about here? > This site is for anything that relates to owning, running, or administering your own website. Stack Overflow may be more suitable for such development questions but read through their own rules before posting to avoid further disappointment. – Simon Hayter Mar 10 '17 at 10:27
  • Also your question requires a solution which will be in the form of a recommendation for a platform, your find many related questions like this already on Stack Overflow, e.g stackoverflow.com/questions/13525256/… and many more on Google. Please visit our help centre for further help and disappointment in the near future. – Simon Hayter Mar 10 '17 at 10:34