In this post i shall be introducing you opera mobile emulator A Desktop browser that works exactly like opera mobile on your phone the latest version which is version 12 is out and you can download it here. Meanwhile read below what it offers:
Opera Mobile Emulator is the desktop version of Opera’s smart phone browser.
The Opera Mobile Emulator renders pages as close as you can get to how it would look on a real phone. It can be paired with Opera Dragonfly for an effective testing environment before taking it to the physical phone.
Making sure that your site looks great and works exactly as it should in mobile and tablet browsers can often be a tedious process — you typically need one or more physical devices, or some form of virtual machine emulating the whole operating system, and that’s just the start.
Opera Mobile Emulator for Windows, Linux and Mac makes things a whole lot easier.
It’s a small, native application that’s easy to install on your desktop machine and runs exactly the same code as its mobile phone version — so you can be assured that what you’re seeing on your test environment is practically identical to the experience your end users will get.
Developing for mobile phones and tablets becomes a breeze. The emulator is super simple to install and lets you do serious mobile development from your desktop.
Use the launcher to spawn multiple Opera Mobile instances with a defined resolution, pixel density, input mode and more, and save your settings as profiles for future testing.
Connect with Opera Dragonfly
Connect the Opera Mobile Emulator to Opera Dragonfly and do your mobile CSS, JS and performance debugging, using a powerful developer toolkit.
The launcher comes preconfigured with a series of popular phone and tablet device profiles, such as the SEMC Xperia Ray, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Nokia E63. You can then start an Opera Mobile instance using the selected profile by clicking on the Launch button.
If you want to create a new profile, select the Custom option from the profile list and set the relevant options for Resolution, Pixel Density, Input and Arguments. When you’re all set, select the Add button under the profile selection box, choose a name for the new profile, and save it to the list. Note that you can also tweak existing profiles via the Update button appearing below the selected profile, or delete them using the Remove button.
Mobile phones and tablets come in varying shapes and sizes. The screen resolution can be changed by choosing between the different options in the Resolution dropdown menu. You can also create your own custom resolutions using the Add button, and delete the existing ones using the Remove button.
The Input section of the launcher contains a dropdown menu with three options to choose from: Touch, Keypad and Tablet. The Touch option will give you our touchscreen phone UI, whereas choosing Keypad will result in our UI for phones with only keypad input. The Tablet option enables Opera Mobile’s tablet-optimized touch UI. To learn more about the differences between these modes, see the input mode section below