Android Browser Testing

Browserling offers free online cross-browser testing in various Android browsers. We run multiple Android Studio and SDK versions in virtual machines and stream the Android emulators to your browser. You don't have to install any additional software or Android Studio yourself as we run all the software in the cloud. Our software is powered by HTML5 and JavaScript and it simply works from your browser.

Try Android in Browserling now!

Use the quick testing widget below to load an online Android emulator in your browser:

The free Browserling version lets you use Android for 3 minutes but to get unlimited minutes, you'll have to buy the developer plan.

Android Testing FAQ

How popular is Android?

Currently, Android is used by 72.19% of all mobile phone users (followed by iOS/iPhone at 27%).

Which are the most popular Android versions?

The most popular version is Android 14 that is used by 37.2% of all Android users. Then, it's Android 13 that is used by 15% of all Android users. Then, Android 12 follows with 13% and Android 11 with 9%.

Which Android versions do you support?

We support Android 15 (Vanilla Ice Cream), Android 14 (Upside Down Cake), Android 13 (Tiramisu), Android 12.1 (12L) and 12 (Snow Cone), Android 11 (Red Velvet Cake), Android 10 (Quince Tart), Android 9 (Pie), Android 8.1 and 8.0 (Oreo), Android 7.1 and 7.0 (Nougat), Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), Android 5.1 and 5.0 (Lollipop), and Android 4.4 (KitKat).

Do you run Android simulators?

Yes, we run Android simulators from the official Google Android SDK packages.

Do you also run real Android devices?

Not yet but we're working on our own device cloud with various mobile phones that run various versions of Android.

Can I test Android Apps in Browserling?

At the moment, we only offer cross-browser testing in various Android browsers. However, we're looking into offering Android app testing from the cloud as well. Stay tuned!

Can you help us solve an Android issue?

Yes, we'd love to help! We have installed almost all Android versions and have been providing Android testing for over 10 years so we can quickly debug your issue in any Android version. Please email us at and we'll try to help you.

Can I embed an Android in my webapp?

Yes, you can embed any Android version in your own web page or web application. We invented Live API that lets you embed an Android emulator in any web page with just a couple of lines of code.


For any additional questions about cross-browser testing in Android please contact us at or use our contact form.