The WhatIsMyBrowser.com Blog
We've built a new tool for you: give your users a dynamic "Minimum System Requirements" display for your website.
We can now detect if your browser is allowing third party cookies to be set.
MailChimp have merged Mandrill into their MailChimp product; significantly increasing the costs of using them.
The looks haven't changed much; most of the improvements are "under the hood", but the entire website just finished getting rebuilt!
We are proud to announce that our User Parsing API is now available to use.
We now detect and show the approximate location of your IP address on the homepage.
Welcome to 2014, and welcome to the new design for WhatIsMyBrowser.com
I've spent a bit of time over the Christmas and New Years break creating the new version of the site and I'm very proud to have launched it. I've been planning this rebuild for a few months and I'm very happy to finally launch it.
Occasionally when I encounter a fragment that I'm not 100% sure about, I'll contact the manufacturer to ensure that I'm parsing their user agent properly.
Most companies that I've contacted are pretty cool and get back to me with helpful information, and just recently the makers of the Puffin Web Browser were no exception.
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