# BrowseEmAll – Rapid Cross-Browser Testing

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BrowseEmAll is a stand-alone application to test your Website on desktop and mobile browsers. It supports 15 desktop and 7 mobile versions!

Target Audience: Web-designers, Web-developers, Small-Business and Startup Founders.
Website URL: https://www.BrowseEmAll.com

Feedback sought:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?
2) Can you tell what the site is about?
3) Can you tell what the product is about?
4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?
5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?
6) Is the pricing clear to you?

## 20 thoughts on “BrowseEmAll – Rapid Cross-Browser Testing”

1. ImpartialObserver says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?
It looks like a clean, well-organized website with no distractions or unnecessary flair. Without having clicked on any of the links, I feel like I’m in control of navigation and finding information. Many, many websites present a cluttered home page that tries to put too much out there at first glance, but this is just the opposite case — and in a good way. My immediate impression is that this is a computer/technical-based website, similar to Microsoft or Google tech pages.
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2) Can you tell what the site is about?
My immediate impression from the very top left of the page was that this is a place to do a comparative study about browser efficiency to help a user decide which browser is performing the best on their computer, allowing them to make a decision on which one is suited for what kind of applications or productivity.
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3) Can you tell what the product is about?
I’m not sure. At first I thought this was a way to help the consumer use different browsers more effectively (select the right one) but now I’m not sure if this is to help me, or help the internet and webpage compatibility in general. I assume if I read more, it will turn out to be a product targeting website owners to help them make their businesses/sites accessible to the most web users possible. This makes the most sense.
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4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?
The TryBrowseEmAll button was located in a clear and obvious spot on the home page. The plain background colors allowed the orange buttons to stand out and it couldn’t have been simpler finding out how to proceed with the download. Once I clicked on the button, I came to a screen with a quick and painless way to try the product. there was no long form or unnecessary information to fill out, just a simple email and Download button. This makes me more likely to try it, as being at a new website with overcomplicated initial input will try my patience and attention span, and you’ll lose people that way, so points here for simplicity and effectiveness.
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5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?
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This is clear as well. Perhaps it should be orange button as well, but I’m not feeling really strongly about that. The term “Pricing & Buy” comes off a bit awkwardly. Perhaps change to something that flows better, or a single all-purpose word.

6) Is the pricing clear to you?
The pricing concept is quite clear, though I don’t feel the Professional product warrants the higher price. the way the two packages are set up, they seem to be an identical product, one having more updates. I’m not sure that it’s a good idea for a new software to be charging that much more money to keep itself current when you haven’t even established a track record of being a successful product with relevant and timely updates that justify the price. With a lot of software, the updates are free and included with the purchase of a previous version of the product. If you are updating every month — and this is an assumption — then I think the basic package should cover at least half a year and the full one should be a lesser upcharge. I’m always leery of new products that offer a more expensive package based on updates that haven’t happened yet — ever.
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On the Pricing page, I’m not so crazy about “Stay on the bleeding edge.” I have no personal objection to it but it might come across as too harsh/direct/visceral to others. Just a thought…

The front page looks like it bottoms out without needing to scroll down. Perhaps find a way to condense the rest into the first viewable area, or make it more clear that there is more info to be seen with a scroll-down. the Blog is a *good* idea, as consumers may be tempted to look elsewhere for information on what kind of product you’re offering; now you can control the flow of information to them.Â  I like the Support page a lot. It seems like the bases are covered for making the consumer as comfortable as possible with the product and whatever issues might arise. I like that the navigation buttons remain in the exact same place, page to page, going back to what I said about feeling in control. Pages load up quickly too. There seems to be no way to X out of the home page video when you start it. That was annoying, being forced to click on the link to close it out. I’m usually more critical, but as far as the site goes — not having seen the product in action — things are pretty good in general.
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2. Latasha says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?
Just from the looking at the sight and before reading the content I had a couple of thoughts. My thoughts were: there was to much white space all over the homepage, nice easy to read checklist, nice large video, good large tabs at the top of the page and nice expansive points at the bottom of the page. These are all great signs visually to a user and this is what I gathered from just looking at the site and not yet reading the content. As I stated before I think there is to much white space and the yellow featured on the page is not enough to make the site pop. However the yellow is aÂ great use in that it keeps the users eyes focused on the points in which you deem most important. At the top of the page you have a part of your sites about statment underlined, which I don’t think you need that. You have a well stated sentence with supporting key points, I think that is enough.

2) Can you tell what the site is about?
Yes I can easily read what your site is about. Your site aims to help web developers have faster cross browsing capabilites. Since I am not familar with the crossing browsing I need to check out the video for more infomration. the video itself is a bit to large for the screen. If I need to pause the video or play it again I have to keep shifting the screen up and down. The narrator of the video is hard to understand. When the video first clicked on I had to restart it to get a clear understanding of what he was saying. That being said your tour give a great back up for the vdeo for those who just want to sit and read about the detailesÂ  featured in the video.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?
Your product allowes users to do cross browser testing in one application. You give the user the ability to open various popular browers for testing at the same time. You also give user the abiliyt to test on different products such as the iphone and the ipad. I see this feature asÂ a great move of your site being that Apple products are extremely popular and techincally advanced. Lastly your site gives the user the ability to take a deeper look inside of each browser by comparing what goes on in each.

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?
It is clear that you can choose from the the two price packages that you have listed. What is unclear is what will happen after the trial is up as far as pick a package.

6) Is the pricing clear to you?
Yes the pricing is clear to me but the variance in price between each product seems a bit much. In the standard package you get a 4 month product update and but ask users to pay $50 more dollarsÂ forÂ 8 more months of products updates. Â What about products sets these to packages apart so much that your asking for$50 dollars extra. This this price per month? Per year? Or is this price a one time buy? I feel as though I would need to download the free trial to see it action to better understand your price points. I feel as though you need to explain your updates because user may not see why they would need your professional package. How often are updates sent to the user? Will the products be the same for each package? Is the lenght of time the only difference?

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3. Feedback sought:
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1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?

A white background with no borders. Not something you see everyday. Feels like it is “bare bones”

2) Can you tell what the site is about?

Well, just by the first 15 sec. glance, I read “Rapid Cros-browser testing”. I don’t know what this means, but I assume it compares Firefox,Chrome, and IE.

By reading more, it appears that your target audience is web developers.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?

It is a stand-alone application that runs on your local machine.

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?

There is a button to try BrowseEmAll and a Tryit navigational link.

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?

There is a Pricing and Buy page.

6) Is the pricing clear to you?

Yes. Pricing is clear and straightforward.

Usability issues: On the Pricing and Buy page the words “1 user license” run into the grayÂ border. Needs to be fixed. Does not make your site look premium.
The Ball logo looks cool, but I think you need your logo to be more “one”. The BrowseEmAll and your tagline are in your normal text, and I think you need them all together in a stylized banner in a special font. Not in normal text.
Like I tell many startups in my reviews, your website has the bare minimum, but does not have much personality. There are not high-quality pictures, smiling faces, and your website lacks colors. Not very visually appealing. It says to me: “This is boring stuff” rather than you showing us that this business does not have to be boring and dull.

4. 1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?
very simple

2) Can you tell what the site is about?
yes, promoting a multiÂ browser

3) Can you tell what the product is about?
yes being able to yous a multitude of browsers in one simple tool

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?
yes, using the trial

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?
yes, after the trial period you may be charged, i’m assuming it would be like most other shareware

6) Is the pricing clear to you?
yes it had a page informing you of two options $57 and$107

i can see the use of this product, but as a web user and having been one for years i find it hard to be willing to pay such an extreme price for something i can get for free, putting into oneÂ consoleÂ does not make it price effective to me

5. ridgey84 says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?

my initial impression of what I see here, is this is a site to crossbrowse different sites. say if I can only view something on internet explorer I can jump over there, or firefox jump to that site. I believe the site is very plain looking and simple. I believe it needs a little more spice and jazz to it. maybe add some more color, and make it feel as if someone put hard work into this site, and it didnt just popup over night. A lot of sites that are spam, and try to get you to pay money have this same look and feel in my opinion. maybe change the color and make it look a little more professional, because in my opinion on first glance I felt as if I was at a spam site and they were trying to get me to pay \$25 to learn a program. just my opinion maybe others think differently. the second thing I noticed upon first glance, is that your facebook,google, and twitter widgets are at the bottom of the page down by the copyright, Move that up top. A lot of folks dont ever make it to the bottom of a website, move it to the top so it is easily seen and everyone to visit the site will see it, not everyone makes it to the bottom of a page. I do however, like how you give a brief to the point explanation about your objective of the site right there in bold letters.

2) Can you tell what the site is about?

Yes, It is a stand alone application that helps web developers cross browsers faster. the word benefits is misspelled in that bold sentence, just making sure you see this. I can tell exactly what the objective of the website is very easily, a lot of websites I provde feedback for have not put the point across in lehmans terms as well as you have here very nice.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?

yes the product is about helping anyone that needs to cross browse on different browsers, and see how different sites react to different browsers such as safari, firefox, internet explorer etc. I think you have done a very good job in explaining what your product is about, and what it does in plain simple terms that everyone can understand.

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?

I see a big yellow easily findable tab thats says try BrowseEmAll, or you can take the tour. Im going to take the tour to see if it gives me a better example of what im dealing with. upon, clicking the tour tab, you give a step by step process of how your product works, and go into great detail about each part of the program you are offering. this is a well thought out and executed instruction manual of your product.

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?

yes at the top you have a tab that gives you pricing and buy! it doesnt get anymore clear then that. After clicking the pricing and buy tab, I am broguht to a page with a bright yellow banner that says moneyback guarantee, which tells me you are confident in your product. you give the option of buying the standard edition which gives you one license and explain in a short summary of what you get for the price you are paying. this is very to the point, which a lot of consumers enjoy.

6) Is the pricing clear to you?

I think the explanation of your product and execution of purchasing is flawless. I personally just dont like the layout of the website. Your target audeince it appears is web developers!! If you want web develpoers to come here and purchase your product I think they would expect more out of your site and layout. It is to plain in my opinion, and needs some bolder colors, and pictures. Maybe throw in a picture of someone browsing a computer, and change the background color to blue. I really like the yellow colors you are using to explain your moneyback guarantee and it would look better and jump more at me with a blue background type deal. As I said earlier, I get the feeling the site has that scam website feel. I personally can tell that this is not a scam website, but it has that feel. If you have seen a lot of scam sites, they have the plaint white background, with a cheesy picture of a guy selling something, and promising a moneyback guarantee. I think you need to spice it up and add pictures and change the overall appearance. You are selling to web developers, and I think they would expect to see more effort put into a website they are going to spend more money at. overall, I like how everything on the site is to the point, explained in detail if you need it to be, everything is easily navigable, I believe a 5 year old could easily navigate this site. its simple like it should be and to the point, I just think there needs to be some adjustments to make people not feel its scammy. thanks and good luck with your site!

6. Manjunath says:

1.it is easy on eyes and still does not amuse me because of some bad color combinations.
2. i feel that it is for developers to check out the apps and all the technical stuff they have made just like a test for the apps before putting them to use for the real users to increase the efficiency and draw conclusions.
3. i see that the site is only for developers to check out the speed of their apps in different browsers so that they can alter he technical code and all the other stuff to reach better speeds and also is a one stop shop for speed testing thing.
4. yes. clearly. but go for a good color combination
5. yes. clearly . but again go for a good color combination.Â
6. first things first, the design just sucks and no good color combination and design wise does not amuse developers. as most of the page is white, you can go for dark colors say dark blue and even the images are simple but very plain. and next to TRY THEM ALL , TAKE A TOUR IS NOT HIGHLIGHTED SIMILARLY. and have a good logo , a simple globe does not really convey the message and go for a big headline. and lets just put it pricing or buy not both. and on the buy page, for the professional plan, why is it 1 USERS.

7. mgjohnson says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com.
What is your initial impression of what you see?

Attractive, clean design.Â  Easy to find everything I need.
I found one spelling error that needs to be corrected on the home page (benefits).
Also, I provided some suggested verbiage changes, for your consideration only (minor stuff, but I thought I would send it to you anyway), for the key benefits statementsâ€¦
BrowseEmAll is a stand-alone application that helps web developers to reach cross-browser compatibility faster. The key benefits are:

Everything runs on your local machine
No deployment to a webserver needed
Latest released versions of all major browsers available
Ability to test on many mobile devices
Compare DOM and CSS styles among browsers
Only rendering- and JavaScript-Engines involved (not sure if the dashes (-) are needed in this sentence, you may want to remove them)
Plugins, such as Flash, are supported

2) Can you tell what the site is about?

Yes, all a visitor has to do is read a little to know this is a one-stop-shop for all web browser testing needs (desktop and mobile).Â  The graphic is an excellent way to help illustrate.

I think this is an awesome idea!! Â This type of testing is always a â€œpainâ€and tends to get neglected when a project gets behind schedule.Â  Besides, if users are expected to test (not IT professionals), then they usually do not have the environment set up to test everything properly (and they may even be in a different location).Â  This provides exactly what they need.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?

I found this very easy to understand, but then I do have an extensive IT background.Â
However, I think anyone needing this type of application would understand without any problems.Â  Looks like you have all the â€œbasesâ€ covered.

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?

Yes, very simple.

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?

Yes, again, very easy to understand.
One thoughtâ€¦since you have a Pricing option at the top of the page and there is nothing labeled â€œBuy It Nowâ€on the home page, then maybe instead of the Pricing option at the bottom, you might want to have a â€œBuy It Nowâ€ option (would actually be a link to the Pricing page).Â  The way you have it is fine, this is just a suggestion, but for example, the options could be presented asâ€¦ Take a Tour, Try it out or Buy it now.

6) Is the pricing clear to you?

Yes, very clear.Â Â Â  I like the way the information is formatted and presentedâ€¦Nice job!

My only suggestion is on the wording under the Professional Optionâ€¦
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Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â  â€œ12 months of product updatesâ€Â Â  (the user can easily see it is 6 addâ€™l months)

A lot of development teams have a testing lab set up with computers loaded with different OS/ brower combinations for testing, so you may want to highlight the fact that having this application saves the time and effort required to maintain of all the different browersâ€¦.since they do change over time. Â In other words, one less thing to maintain in the testing environment (and none of us like the maintenance part of the job).
I am going to pass this on to some other IT professionals,,,I can think of several that would be interested.Â  I hope my feedback is helpful!Â  Good luck with your website and products!
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8. ttwillia says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?
My first impression when I got onto this site was a little lack luster. Â There are bullet points that describe what the site is all about and also a video showing the viewer how to use the site.2) Can you tell what the site is about?
After reading the bullet points I found out that the site caters to web developers. Â This site will make it easy on web developers by allowing them to cross their test sites on several browsers with ease. Â It also allows the developer to test certain cell phone browsers.3) Can you tell what the product is about?
The product is all about the ease and function of building web pages.4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?
There are bold links that are on the top of the page that break down the home page, touring the website, blog page where more questions are answered for the potential client support, pricing and of course the try it tab. Â When that tab is loaded there is a download now link along with all of the different types of browsers that would work with their product,5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?
Under the pricing tab there are two different pricing levels that are available along with a list of things that are offered with both products, Â Once a selection has been made there Â  is a simple button the customer will have to press Â in order to but the product.6) Is the pricing clear to you?
The pricing is very clear with bullet points on what features come with each option available. The only thing that is confusing to me is if the pricing is a monthly or a once or twice a year fee.
I would like to see the site more visually appealing. Â I feel that the home page should draw a potential buyer in so they would want to learn what is offering to have an authentic feeling about wanting the product or not. Â I appreciate that the site is all about what they have to offer but having a few more graphics to capture the audience won’t hurt the integrity of the product being offered.
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9. toffzter says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?
I think the website lacks color. It is mostly white which seemed monotonous. You should add more colors or images to make it more lively. The content is good though. It contains the essentials of a decent website, like a home button and other important hyperlinks for easy navigation. But I suggest you use a different font color or style for your hyperlinks to make them standout so that the viewer can easily identify which one to click.

2) Can you tell what the site is about?
Yes, the site promotes BrowseEmAll, which is a program for testing websites using different web browsers. It tests if the website you are hosting works well with those different browsers. I did not quite get it at first after reading the information on the main page but since I am not a web developer, it is quite expected. I only got the full understanding after visiting the Tour and FAQ page. I believe web developers are your target so I think they can easily tell what this site is all about. But if you ask me, I would prefer you place the FAQ answer to “Why should I use BrowseEmAll?” at the main page because it contains the information I needed to understand what this site is for. This would also help novice web developers grasp the concept of your website at first glance.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?
The product is for testing websites for compatibility with the different web browsers. This makes sure the website you are hosting runs smoothly with various web browsers, including those for cellphones. You can test it on your own computer without hosting it on a real server.

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?
Yes, the “Try BrowseEmAll” and “Try It” buttons are quite clear. They link to the trial download page where you can click on the “Download Now” button. It’s different from the other sites that use “Free Trial” but it’s good that you have deviated from the usual.

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?
Yes, you just have to click on “Pricing” or the “Buy it now” buttons to lead you to the purchase page. There, you have information on the prices and you can click on “Buy Now” to purchase the application. But if I may suggest, the “Pricing” button should be replaced with “Buy It” to make things clearer and more straightforward.

6) Is the pricing clear to you?
It is somewhat clear but I am confused with one feature of the professional edition. It said there “All standard edition features and: 1 user license, etc.” The standard edition already features 1 user license, so does that mean the professional edition features an additional 1 user license? I would suggest changing it by using a table listing the features of both the standard and the professional editions, and placing check marks on the features that are present in the respective editions. This way the viewer can directly compare the 2 packages easily.

The website is generally good in terms of ease of navigation. In terms of aesthetics, it needs improvements. Adding colors will appeal to many viewers. You may add pictures or other background images.

10. What is your initial impression of what you see? Needs Graphic Designs

2) Can you tell what the site is about? I can’t really tell what the website is about. It doesnt explain much in detail of what it offers. And how it actually benefits an individuals browser.Â

3) Can you tell what the product is about? It’s unclear to me about what the product is about.

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial? It is very clear how to download the trial. But how does a person know the website is legit and if no viruses will come with the download.

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product? Yes it is very clear on how to buy the product. I recommend adding paypal as a safe way to purchase the product.

6) Is the pricing clear to you? Yes the pricing is clear. But it does not say how long the product will last. And are the prices current to todays business prices?

6) Please share any additional feedback/comments you may have. Website is plain and Boring would Be interested if it had some interesting videos and live music screening.

11. G says:

A better name for your startup would be “TestEmAll: Browser Compatibility Testing.” You should also look at the existing providers and identify how your system compares or competes:Â

browserstack.com – Very effective layout.

crossbrowsertesting.com – Somewhat cluttered but decent layout.

http://www.browsershots.org/ -Â  Pragmatic layout.

http://www.testingbot.com/ -Â  Nice layout

http://www.browserseal.com -Â Â Weak layout and design.

http://www.multibrowserviewer.com/ -Â  Effective name, layout and design.

http://www.multi-browser.com/en -Â  Good name and decent design.

saucelabs.com/ -Â  Well-designed and good layout, too much text but still good.

http://www.cross-browser.appspot.com/ -Â  Maybe, too simple.

http://www.powermapper.com -Â  Simple design but too much text.

So, how does your basicÂ model differ from these? What can it do that these cannot?Â How can you make your name,Â layout, design and “online image” more clear, direct, elegant and aesthestically or visually appealing? Minimize verbiage, clutter and leave openÂ space within the design. Leave no hanging chads.

Now,Â forÂ your sevenÂ questions and specificÂ feedbackÂ that youÂ requested:

1) What is your initial impression of what you see?

Simple and basic but the screenshot does not fit. The text is all well-apportioned, positioned and works relatively well. TheÂ main image is distracting and out of place. Can you show what your tool does in a more interesting way? I think that a circular design would work better than a square or rectangular pattern on the main page. Why not circle your central image (a different one) with all of the differentÂ platforms that your tool integrates and make the typographyÂ more dynamic by followingÂ the circle. You can keep the tour section square! Why not reposition the large gold sphereÂ from the try it pageÂ to near the center of theÂ main page? Blog idea is a great idea but what about YouTube video’s showing how the tool works. I like the support page the best. All of your pages should follow that basic concept of simplicity and elegance. How does my site designÂ appeal to the senses, the feelings and to the mind? If people don’t like it, they won’t use it!

2) Can you tell what the site is about?

That part is relatively straight-forward.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?

Also, clearly stated in theÂ description of “BrowseEmAll.”Â Â Â

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?

Yes, no ambiguity there.

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?

No question about that.Â Â Â

6) Is the pricing clear to you?

How much do the updates past 6 months cost?

The best part is the text. Most of the layout is very good. The tour, support and pricing pages are veryÂ good. What can you do to spruce up the mainÂ page and the try it page? The main page is the main problem! As I said, I prefer a stronger name, like “TestEmAll” to “BrowseEmAll.” All in all, very good design.

Thanks,

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12. Chelu says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?
This website is simple at the first view. People often feel attracted by more colourful pages, but at the same time, there are a lot of products that sell or are given out for free through such simple websites. if the product is good, then there is nothing to worry about. However, at some point, the simplicity may give you the impression of an unupdated website.

2) Can you tell what the site is about?
The website seems like the homepage of a product that combines all your browsers in one. It is something a lot of people use. Although every individual has particular preferences, most people use multiple browsers just because some websites look better on X and worse on Y and vice versa.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?
The product is an all-in-one browser. It is a software that combines every browsing ability to give you some flexibility. You get to test your new website on multiple platforms. It is pretty normal to see your website working well, while your friend sees it in a bad shape. This is because your friend uses another browser. Therefore, you must adapt it to fit with all the browsers.
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4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?
The simplicity of the website makes everything pretty clear. There are a few major buttons only, so it is almost impossible to get lost. Trying out the product is basically downloading it.
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5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?
I must admit it took me a couple of links to find the buying links. People are interested in the prices, so they automatically get to find out how to buy the product.

6) Is the pricing clear to you?
The pricing and plans are clearly displayed. The table build makes everything a lot easier. Both the properties and the prices are easy to observe.

13. yssence1 says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?

My initial impression of the website was that it was clean and the colors were appealing to the eye.

2) Can you tell what the site is about?

When you first get to the webpage I had no clue what the site was about until I started browsing through the website.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?

The product is for a stand-alone application that runs on your local machine.

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?

At first, I couldn’t find out how to download the trial it took me a few clicks and then I finally found it.

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?

It is clear on how to purchase the product.

6) Is the pricing clear to you?

The pricing is clear but it does not specify on the length of the subscription is for.

14. Feedback sought:
1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?
Clean and simple layout, very straight forward and direct to the point. I like its simplicity. It is practical. It does look slightly plain but I prefer that by far than a more sophisticated page where I can get easily distracted.
2) Can you tell what the site is about?
It is a stand-alone application to test web pages and web applications in major browsers including mobile devices.

3) Can you tell what the product is about?
It is about testing websites and applications on my local machine and/or network before the site is deployed and publish, and to be used as part of the process of development of a website. The tool is aimed to web professionals who need to check if their scripts, applications and sites work as expected in as many browsers as possible as well as different versions, depending on the target public.
4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?
Yep, definitely the button is big enough and stands out nicely.
The link to “take a tour” doesn’t stand as much as it would desirable, though. It is easy to miss
5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?
It is but I do think that there should be a “buy now” button above the fold. And it would be much better if you had three buttons instead of three links at the bottom. The links are so closed to one another that you can expect a number of false clicks to buy the product when the user only wanted to take the tour.
It would be much better to keep concepts separate. By placing each item in its own button, it is less likely that people could click on the wrong place
6) Is the pricing clear to you?
Yep. It is very clear. What it is not so clear is that when I visit the pricing page, there’s a not on the top saying that I will get a full refund if I’m not satisfied with the product. Does it mean that to get my 30 day trial I have to pay? Because if I have to pay to download the product, I’m not having a trial period, or at least whatÂ  I consider a trial period.
If trial period is not free, then you should make it clear. A refund is not a trial period.
If I download it and install and after 30 days I have to pay, and during that second month, I can still get a refund, that would be a different story.
* I would like to see the number of days I have to try the product right from the start instead of having to visit the faqs. This is the kind of information that needs to be visible from the very first minute.
* This should already be available to Macs, and not only Windows. Plenty of designers Mac too.
* When listing the specifications, you say that it requires a minimum of 500MB memory, yet on your faq you say that to use the rendering for Android 4.0 you need at lest 2GB. That should be nnted on the specifications
What makes me want to try this product is the ability of viewing the DOM in different browsers at the same time.

15. benjierin says:

1) Visit https://www.BrowseEmAll.com. What is your initial impression of what you see?

I think this is well laid out. The options for what youÂ can do are at the top of the page, and I am glad to see a tour of the site, as thisÂ will help me to see what all your siteÂ can do for me. Not particularly decorative, but I think that is good because nothing is distracting. It looks professional.

2) Can you tell what the site is about?

Sort of…but then again, I am not a very technical person with computers and such. It appears that this is giving users the ability to test their sites out on variousÂ search engines without having to actually put the site up yet to the public, but not sure. I would say that some more detailed instructions would be helpful, but then again, if someone was coming to your siteÂ for the specific purpose of what youÂ offer, they probably understand what you have here!

3) Can you tell what the product is about?

Again, what I said above. Perhaps a little moreÂ detail would be nice though. Any examples of sites you have helped? Something that shows why yourÂ product is better than others that are like you. Why should I use you than those other sites.

4) Is it clear to you how you can download the trial?

Crystal clear. It is a big linkÂ near the top of the page, which is good! NoÂ confusion there!

5) Is it clear to you how you can buy the product?

Sort of..the only place I see you can buy it is at the bottom. Why is it not in a nice box like the “download 30 day trial” is?Â It also needs to be higher up on the page. You want to put it in the top of the page so that people see it and have a better likelihood of actually clicking it. Don’t make them look for it, like I just had toÂ do.Â
6) Is the pricing clear to you?

Yes, I can see what each version offers. I would just suggest having the pricing, buy it now, and free trail buttons in theÂ same place. TheyÂ are all spread out now,Â but they go together, and would make more sense to be inÂ 1 spot. People don’t want to jump around the page to find everything they need.Â

Overall, the site looks okay, but nothing makes it stand out to me over other sites of its type. Find something that makes you unique or stand out!

16. StartUpLift says:

ImpartialObserver has been awarded.

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