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iPhone4Simulator: Try iPhone Apps Online

Umar 14-10-2010

If you are an iPhone web app developer, then after you create an app, you need to test it. To do this you open up Safari in your iPhone and head on over to your web app’s URL. But through “iPhone4Simulator” you can test your web app while staying on your main computer.


try iphone apps online

iPhone 4 Simulator is a simple to use web tool that simulates an iPhone 4. It provides the same Safari-like features of iPhone’s. Developers can “slide to unlock” the virtual iPhone through their mouse pointer. Next they enter in their web app’s URL; the web app’s behavior will be simulated just as if an actual iPhone 4 was running the app. This can save developers a lot of time that would otherwise be spent physically checking the web app on an actual iPhone 4. The site works well with Firefox, Safari, and Chrome.

Key Features:

  • Free iphone 4 simulator online.
  • Lets you simulate an iPhone 4.
  • Lets you try out web apps in the virtual iPhone 4.
  • Saves iPhone web app developers a lot of time in testing.

Check out “iPhone4Simulator” @ http://iphone4simulator.com/

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  1. iphone app development
    December 30, 2010 at 8:48 am

    Great Information and post! It is very informative and suggestible for the user of solar energy, May I think it can be beneficial in coming days...

  2. Umar
    November 28, 2010 at 6:39 pm

    DG I agree this simulator is a basic one and does not offer many ‘simulation’ features. iPhone developers will undoubtedly require a more feature-rich iPhone simulation tool. Still however this simulator can be quick and easy reference for developers to see how a website / web app will run and look like running inside an iPhone...

  3. DG
    November 28, 2010 at 4:51 am

    As far as I can tell, and I'd love to be corrected, this is a very poor excuse for a simulator. It seems that your web app is just being displayed inside a standard iframe with an iphone-looking interface wrapped around it. The web page you enter will be rendered by whatever browser you are using, and there is no actual simulation of an iPhone.

    I suppose if you use the "simulator" in Safari, its not completely worthless, but its still not great. For example, Safari supports flash. As far as I know, iPhone does not.

    If anyone knows an actual simulator that is worth using, I'd love to know. You can reply here or contact me at: ContactByWeb.com/dgscripts