Download Muir apk 1.0.2 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 12.0 MB
Muir is a mobile browser testing app without all the strings of cloud based suites. Simply download the desktop app, install the client on your mobile devices, and get to work.
Download the desktop server (required to use Muir) at:
Synchronized Browsing & Refreshing
Mobile client support for iOS, Android, Kindle and Nook operating systems.
API Available (just ask!)
- Updated OpenSSL.
IQ Foundry part of our Productivity and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update July 6, 2015. Google play rating is 53.3333. Current verison is 1.0.2. Actual size 12.0 MB.
Handy alternative to Edge Inspect CC If you don't plan on investing in any part of the Creative Cloud ecosystem, but miss Edge Inspect, Muir is a nice alternative that lets you sync your mobile devices for testing. Impressive first time out of the gate! I also appreciate that you can easily grab screen resolutions and browser data through the app, and that the app can be moved to the SD card.
Win8.1 wired / Nexus 6 wifi It can't find the name of your comptuer, you have to enter the IP address of your dev machine if it's on ethernet, which is highly likey. Every time I changed the URL on the dev machine, it opened 2 new browser windows on the phone, Browser scroll, click, text entry is NOT sync'd, it literally just opens the website on your dev machine onto your phone, i'd rather just use PushBullet. It is a very poor substitute for GhostLab and not even as good as PushBullet. If you are a developer, stick with Gulp/BrowserSync. This product is clearly not finished and is too early for even beta release, the cheek of it is, I had to pay £3 to find this out and I can't see a refund button.
Just didn't work. Uninstalled because it just didn't work. Look at the help faq. Did some things it suggested to do. Just was not helpful. If I got do all that to make something work. Waste of money! Plus my Antivirus was detecting it as malware!
Bought it. Tried it. Requested a refund. I was hoping that I'd be able to use it with Web Matrix or Brackets, but it could not connect to those local testing servers.