With so many different devices and screen sizes people browse the web on, web developers need to make sure their websites will work on every platform and react properly to different screen resolutions. Now there’s a developer-focused browser that makes that process a lot easier.

Blisk is a free web browser seen by The Next Web that isn’t made for the typical Internet surfer. It comes with a bunch of features that caters to web developers who want to test their projects without jumping between multiple devices and browsers at once.

The Blisk browser comes with emulators for different devices, so when testing code, developers can easily see how it works on mobile screens, tablet screens and on their computer.1

Blisk also has an auto-refresh feature so you don’t have to keep reloading pages every time you alter the code. It allows you to take screenshots with one click so you can go back and reference changes in your design, and you can even write notes on them.
With built-in web-page analytics, Blisk gives users information about script errors, resources that fail to load and cross-browser compatibility. It also has integrations with bug trackers like Bugzilla and collaboration tools like Trello.

Blisk a Chromium-based browser, which means it pulls its code infrastructure from the same open-source project that Google Chrome does. It is currently only available to download for Windows, but there are plans to bring it to Mac and Linux.