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Your website needs to seamlessly work on iPhone, Android phones, iPads, Tablets, Laptops, Desktops, 4K screens, 5K screens, TVs...

The list is never ending. But you get the point.

Your websites need to be responsive, compatible, accessible across all the devices & browsers to keep your visitors engaged.

Without engagement, your SEO & Conversions are sure to go down the hill. It’s time to fix all of that with a single tool.

Introducing Polypane

Polypane is your desktop browser that shows your site in multiple viewports at the same time, and keeps them all in sync, provides you with dozens of debugging tools to improve every aspect of web design & development.

From responsive design, testing, to social media previews & actionable accessibility tips, Polypane has got you covered.

Product Highlights

  • Responsive Screen from Mobile to 5K Monitors
  • 24+ built-in debugging tools
  • Works on Mac OS, Windows & Linux OS
  • Alternative to: Blisk, Sizzy, Chrome Dev tools
  • 80+ Accessibility Tests
  • Best suited for Web Developers, Designers, Digital Agencies, Marketers

Gone are the days where you tried to resize your Chrome browser to check your websites’ compatibility for several browsers, devices & resolutions.

What’s worse is, running those compatibility tests one at a time. No one has got time to do that!

With Polypane, you can test not only that but also the clicks, scrolls typing & hover-over, all at once from a single window. Plus, you can emulate popular devices with a single click.

You can make edits to your designs real-time, and watch how they fit in across hundreds of devices & browsers in real-time.

Love Dark Mode? Polypane has got you covered.

You can design/develop the websites in light & dark mode side by side. (That’s dope, Charlie!!)

Speaking of designing, you can run CSS checks to identify any code breaks & also fix it with the custom, built in debugging tools for every, single pane.

With the Polypane's built-in browser, you always can access the documentation quickly on the side without having the leave the project.

(We hate switching tabs in the middle of the work, as much as you do)

Preview how your websites are going to appear when shared on social media. Polypane will also tell you which values are missing and how to fix the errors it finds.

Visualize the entire structure of your webpages, and Polypane will alert you the broken links automatically.

Wait, there’s a lot more to cover.

For now, let’s take a quick look at the built-in accessibility checker.

From color blindness, contrast testing to visual impairments & reachability, there are over 80 different A11y tests you will need to check for Accessibility.

Polypane checks all of that for you, providing you actionable feedback to act upon.

Build your pixel perfect websites with Polypane today!!

Deal Highlights

  • Unlimited Websites
  • Unlimited Device Emulation
  • Unlimited Broken Link Checking
  • Auto-detect CSS breakpoints
  • 80+ Accessibility Tests
  • 25+ Debugging Tools
  • Social Media Previews
  • Auto-sync all the interactions
  • Powerful Developer Tools
  • Intelligent Live & Hot reloading for Everyone
  • MacOS, Windows & Linux Apps
  • Chat & Email Support

1 code

$69.00

  • Install on any number of devices
  • 1 User
  • Run on 2 Devices at a time
  • Future updates on INDIVIDUAL plan

2 codes

$138.00

  • Install on any number of devices
  • 5 Users
  • Run on 2 Devices at a time per user
  • User Management Portal
  • Future updates on BUSINESS plan

3 codes

$207.00

  • Install on any number of devices
  • 10 Users
  • Run on 2 Devices at a time per user
  • User Management Portal
  • Future updates on BUSINESS plan

We've recorded the live webinar on Building Responsive Websites 5x Faster with Polypane, with Kilian (Founder of Polypane). Here's your link to watch the replay



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Victor five-review

1 week ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

The perfect tool for designing responsive websites and webapps

Polypane takes the hassle out of creating responsive sites by eliminating the trial and error phase of your design process. It speeds up quality assurance, especially when reviewing code from another developer where you might not know the breakpoints used.

It does not completely replace testing on physical devices but it is good enough to cover your needs while working on the design so you can save time by only testing physical devices at the end of your cycle instead of testing after every change.

For now, it is mostly used to view different viewports but the developer seems passionate about making it more of a developer toolbox to cover all your design and debugging requirements. It is already a good deal right now but with more ideas and updates it has the potential to become even better with every update. Personally, I love joining products at an early stage where you can follow and contribute instead of buying a finished product where the developer might be more reluctant to adapt to user feedback.

I find the resource usage slightly on the high side in terms of CPU and memory consumption but that is to be expected when loading many viewports and once. Still, I hope this is something that can be improved over time.

Overall, highly recommended. I've heard of Polypane before this deal and it is something I have considered for a while which makes this deal perfect.


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Kilian Valkhof

1 week ago  Founder

@Victor: Thanks! Happy to hear any and all ideas you have.

"It does not completely replace testing on physical devices but it is good enough to cover your needs while working on the design so you can save time by only testing physical devices at the end of your cycle instead of testing after every change."

Yes this is absolutely true! I'm not pretending Polypane can fully replace actual devices, but as you say rather than continuously managing a bunch of devices during your development, you can use Polypane 90% of the time and do spot checks for the remaining 10% that can't be emulated (like specific JS and CSS support). That's still 90% less time tapping at a bunch of devices one by one :)

Performance in Polypane is largely dependent on the site running in it. I've written a guide on optimizing in the docs: https://polypane.app/docs/performance/


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Tvu five-review

1 week ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Wonderful tool for a web developer

I have spent quite some time to try, and went through the demo walk through from Kilian. I finally decided to purchase Polypane, and believe this is the best investment I have ever done. I have written a detail comparison between Polypane and responsively.app in the comment section. I just summarize what I found here:

- Multipanes view with workspace, where you can save different panes setup as workspaces depending on your development stack.

- Live CSS editor with inspection tool for classes/ id picker and autocorrection. Besides, you can try out different Google Fonts which will be loaded automatically by Polypane.

- Grid, ruler, column, row in the pane for perfect pixel design

- A lot of accessibility tools, which I may not use it, but I hope that I can use it in the future.

Again, Polypane is highly recommended, and I hope that Kilian will keep on the development for it. I am impressed this is a product from a single developer, but I hope you will never lose your faith in such a wonderful product. Thank you SM for this deal!


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Elaine five-review

2 weeks ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

A must buy for any web designer and developer

Polypane is a fantastic product and a must-buy for any web designer or developer. It has saved me so much time, money and sanity. Don't sit on the fence and not buy this lifetime license otherwise you will be kicking yourself. It's the best investment I have made this year.


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Elaine: Thanks Elaine!


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Dools five-review

2 weeks ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Massive time saver!

I've just purchased Poly and my golly this is what I've been missing in my tech stack. I probably won't use the majority of the features, but this will be a big time saver for UI/UX testing.


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Dools: Hey Dools! Thanks so much. Be sure to dig into the many features though, there's probably more that can help you test even faster/better!


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Hayden five-review

2 weeks ago   |   verifed user Verified Buyer

Definately a tool for every front-ends arsenal

I have been using Polypane on and off for a while so it's fantastic to see this here as a LTD.

I certainly am not fussed about this being developed by a single person, they have shown that over the years Polypane has proven to be a solid product. I am loving the new additions this time round, broken links checker is a welcome addition!

The software is lightweight and quick. At first, for me it was very difficult to get used to looking at so many panes at once, But You do get used to it. It is easy to access the dev tools. If you are used to working with chrome, then you will be used to this.

In the past I have used Blisk, and I still do. I am hoping that once I get completely used to polypane I can drop blisk and another monthly fee.

I have read the complaints about limitations, but really I only need one code. I work on one computer with lots of screens and that one computer gets all my development time. Everything else is browsersynced so yeah..this works for me!

1 user and 2 devices seems perfectly fair and the price is fair considering how much you save over the monthly or yearly fee.

Keep up the good work on PolyPane!


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Hayden: Thanks Hayden, you can bet there's going to be a lot of cool updates to Polypane in the coming years :)


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Kilian Valkhof

4 weeks ago   Founder

Hey everyone! Kilian the founder here! I built Polypane because I got tired of resizing my browser again and again ...and again just to make sure the sites I was building kept working on all the different viewports (and all the inbetween sizes).

From there it just kind of grew... I want Polypane to help with all aspects of web development, so not just responsive design, but also accessibility, site quality, performance, everything. I think I'm well on my way with Polypane, but I also have about 5 years worth of features planned (though I'm always open to suggestions and ideas!)

I really look forward to show all of you around Polypane during the webinar and show you how to integrate it into your development workflow, use to to assess existing websites and more but I'd also love all your input. What do you want to see during the webinar?


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Alex

5 days ago

the future updates confuse me, does it mean that in the future some updates will be available ONLY to tier 2 and 3 (Business plan) and not to tier 1 (Individual plan)??

in my opinion any tier should include the same future updates for all


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Sampath Administrator

5 days ago

@Alex: Tier 1 gets the Future updates on the individual plan

Tier 2 & 3 gets the future updates of the business plan


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Alex

5 days ago

@Sampath: thanks, but it does not clarify anything at all. I visited the website and in their pricing table, every plan has "All features" there is no distinction


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Sampath Administrator

5 days ago

@Alex: Yeah, there isn't any.

But if there are any differences in the future, the updates will be available to the respective plans/tiers


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Alex

4 days ago

@Sampath: ok thank you Sampath. Also, i remember you said If i'm an existing SaaS Mantra customer, i will get a discount... i went to check out and didn't see any


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Sampath Administrator

4 days ago

@Alex: You must have had that until 4th of May.

But worry not, just send email to support and we will take care of you


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Alex

4 days ago

@Sampath: thank you! :)


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Jaxon

6 days ago

I see the deal is to Run on 2 Devices at a time per user "AND" future updates on BUSINESS plan.

Question:

Your Website is doing 3 devices per user on business but here I don’t see the "Run on 3 Devices" at a time per user. So it doesn’t seem to have "ALL" future updates.


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Kilian Valkhof

6 days ago  Founder

@Jaxon: Hey Jaxon, the updates refer to the features inside Polypane, not the plan.


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Maria

1 week ago

Can you please share a link for the webinar replay?

Thanks!


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Sampath Administrator

1 week ago

@Maria: Here you go:

https://vimeo.com/545928219


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Elaine

2 weeks ago

Hi, I just signed up today and missed the free webinar is there a link to the replay, please?


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Elaine: Hey Elaine! I believe it's on the Saas Mantra Facebook page? You can also watch an earlier webinar/demo I did here: https://polypane.app/blog/polypane-demo-with-shawn-swyx-wang/


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Elaine

2 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: Thank you for responding so quickly and I will check it out. I am already one of your customers and know how fantastic your product is so when I saw this deal I knew I had to get it.


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Sampath Administrator

1 week ago

@Elaine: Here's the link to watch the webinar replay:

https://vimeo.com/545928219


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HECTOR I BUENROSTRO

2 weeks ago

Is this everything thats required to fully develop a site or app or are there more tools needed? Anyone can answer


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@HECTOR I BUENROSTRO: Polypane is a web browser like Chrome. If you're looking for a tool like webflow or squarespace, those are completely different things.


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Pablo

2 weeks ago

Hi Kilian, the review promo is still available? im we are just 2 users for now. And a question: when you offer me all the breakpoints and devices... This is emulating the real device? or is just the size? thanks.


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Sampath Administrator

2 weeks ago

@Pablo: Yeah, you can review it and will receive an update from SaaS Mantra


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Pablo

2 weeks ago

@Sampath: Thanks, And a question: when you offer me all the breakpoints and devices... This is emulating the real device? or is just the size?


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Sampath Administrator

2 weeks ago

@Pablo: I'm gonna leave that question to Kilian.

He's the boss :)


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Pablo: Polypane can do full device emulation, see the options here: https://polypane.app/docs/emulation/


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Pepe Volador

2 weeks ago

@Sampath: May I know what is the review promo? Didn't see any on FB's thread (only for NativeForms).


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Sampath Administrator

2 weeks ago

@Pepe Volador: 1) Buy the deal

2) Share your honest review (100 words or more)

3) We will send you discount vouchers for Polypane


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Pepe Volador

2 weeks ago

@Sampath: I don't understand. The review promo is for Polypane, right? How come that I have to buy the deal and then get the discount to for Polypane?? (also, I already got a $10 off as customer)


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Sampath Administrator

2 weeks ago

@Pepe Volador: Customer discount is valid only until tomorrow (4th of May) after which the coupons will be invalid


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Pepe Volador

2 weeks ago

@Sampath: I know that.

What I don't understand is this: how come that I have to buy the deal and then get the discount to for Polypane?? Or step 1 (buy the deal) is for any deal, not only Polypane.


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Sampath Administrator

2 weeks ago

@Pepe Volador: You can use the voucher for purchasing second/third code

Hope this helps


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Saurabh

2 weeks ago

Are you a solo entrepreneur or a team? What if you stop development in between?


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Saurabh: Right now I'm a solo entrepreneur. Before this I ran a 14 person web agency. At some point I'll likely expand the Polypane team as well.

I've been working on this since 2015 and I'm in it for the long run. I have the next five years of features planned out.


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Saurabh

2 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: Thanks for the response, can you please share me the roadmap. This may be helpful for me to decide to get this deal. As for now, I am my team happy using responsively.app,


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Saurabh: I unfortunately had to take my roadmap offline as certain competitors were using it to create copies of things I had planned. Now they only do it when it's already in the product.

To see how it compares, see my response to @Cudy down this page, and of course you can always start a trial and compare for yourself.

My current roadmap is about 5 years long, and features get prioritised based on customer feedback. I have amazing things planned.


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Saurabh

2 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: Does is have some similar feature like export to codepen for certain component like it does with hoverify or cssscanpro?


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@Saurabh: Those are pretty different products. Polypane doesn't really compare to browser extensions meant to quickly copy CSS. Polypane is more useful when you're actually building and testing websites.


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HECTOR I BUENROSTRO

3 weeks ago

Am I able to develop games as well? Game apps. And by the way does this work in web development in most languages like Ruby on Rails, Javascript, Android, Java and most of the other languages?


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Kilian Valkhof

3 weeks ago  Founder

@HECTOR I BUENROSTRO: Polypane is a web browser, so you would use it instead of Chrome, Firefox etc. So it has nothing to do with what back-end language you use. As long as you create websites, no matter the technology, Polypane will work.

For games: it depends. Polypane syncs the DOM between panes, so if you build games using HTML or SVG that will work really well. If you use canvas or webgl then it's not possible to sync events on them, and so Polypane doesn't do that but you can still verify it works at all sizes.


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HECTOR I BUENROSTRO

2 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: I was referring to coding. Am I able to do something like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyZzRSTZQ2Y


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@HECTOR I BUENROSTRO: You can use Polypane the same way this person uses Chrome, to show what they're working on. You can not write code in Polypane. Does that answer your question?


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HECTOR I BUENROSTRO

2 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: Its unfortunate that I cant code on it. This is more like Gappsy then. Some of the past deals that allowed apps to be developed were limited to one project. How many apps/sites can we work on?


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Kilian Valkhof

2 weeks ago  Founder

@HECTOR I BUENROSTRO: You can use Polypane the same way this person uses Chrome. So you can add as many tabs with as many sites as you need and switch between them as you please.


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David

3 weeks ago

Are there features coming to different tiers (Individual vs Business) that we should know about?

Why does the deal limit the number of concurrent devices to a number less than the subscription plan? There is no reason to do that at all.

Thanks


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Kilian Valkhof

3 weeks ago  Founder

@David: Hey David, I have about 5 years of features planned out for Polypane and rely on input from users to prioritize them. So if you have a great idea or you're missing something let me know so I can prioritize it accordingly! There's a new release coming out roughly every month, so in about one or two weeks you can expect a new version.

At the moment, there's no differences and no differences planned between the app on different tiers. All the features in the app are available regardless of tier.

With the LTD we wanted to give a competitive offer, this is what we came up with.


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Tvu

3 weeks ago

I have been playing with the trial Polypane, and thanks to Cudy, comparing it to the open-sourced responsively.app. At the first glance, both have the following features:

- Multi-pane views: both have pre-defined devices, as well as custom device, where you can set height & width. Also on each pane, you can switch between touch/ no touch, as well as tilt the devices. One big advantage of Polypane is the WORKSPACE. The workspace is basically a pre-defined set of devices/ panes. This is very useful and important, since you don't really want to show up all the devices at the same time, in different development environment (showing more devices = requiring more CPU resources). There are also some useful default workspaces from Polypane for different applications.

- Live CSS Editor: both have, and they also have hot reload, it means that whenever your CSS is valid, it will be applied automatically to all the panes. Another winning point to Polypane is: it provides a CSS inspector, where it will automatically show you all the class names/ id attach to an HTML element. This surely speeds up the process of writing live CSS. In responsively.app, you will have to inspect the HTML element, copy the class/ id to start writing the CSS.

- Network emulator: both can simulate normal/ slow/ fast network/ offline connection.

- DevTool extensions: both support all devtool extensions based on Chromnium

- Dark scheme: another win for Polypane, where you can select dark scheme for 1 of the pane, so you can basically develop dark/ light theme side-by-side. In responsiveapp, you can only switch the mode for all the panes.

- Screen capture: both do well.

What Polypane has, but not in responsiveapp:

- Grid, ruler, column, row in the pane: you can show the grid, ruler in each pane for design your app. Personally, I think this is a very useful feature.

- The info tab: This is a huge thing that will make you choose Polypane over Responsive (besides the price, of course). It shows you the site metadata, outline, and also you can directly see and edit what is stored in the Local Storage, Session Storage and All the cookies right in the info pane. Sure you can always do that in the Chrome devtool, but I think this small feature shows that Kilian designs Polypane and always keep the developers' needs in mind. Besides, Polypane also analyzes all the possible Accessibility issues. And once it shows up, you can easily navigate to the element, or highlight them all on the screens.

- Once inspecting the element, you can easily edit the HTML text, small, but useful feature.

- Once inspecting the element, you can see its A11y values.

In general, responsivelyapp does it jobs, and does it well, but Polypane is one step ahead with all the useful features for developers. The UX is nice, and give me a similar experience when working with Chrome, even the dev pane cannot be detached to a separate window. I highly recommend Polypane, but I also wish that the number of devices will be increased.


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Tvu

3 weeks ago

still, in my honest mind, $69 for 1 device is pretty expensive (even it's a lifetime deal), because it is a desktop application, where it does not require any processing server.


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Kilian Valkhof

3 weeks ago  Founder

@tvu: Hey Tvu! Here's some more tricks you might've missed in Polypane:

- Multi-pane views: Polypane parses the CSS of a website and can also create panes from them! Click the breakpoints button in the header for the full overview, or right click it to add them one-by-one.

- Live CSS Editor: Polypane knows about all 1000+ Google Fonts, so if you add "font-family:" and then start typing any Google Font (starting with a capital), for example "Lobsters" or "Space Grotesk", we'll auto suggest the rest of that name and then *load in the font automatically* so you can test literally any font on your site. Oh and we have full support for their variable fonts as well, so you can go wild with the axis they provide.

- Network emulator: Polypane does custom headers and locale emulation, making it super easy to test sites in multiple languages side by side. Try it with the Facebook homepage for example!

- Screen capture: Polypane's algorithm for screenshots is pretty advanced, we handle sticky headers, fixed elements, animations and videos much better than other tools.

And there's much more in there like the reference image so you can overlay a design or screenshot on top of a live website so you can get pixel perfect designs, or the color contrast checker that gives you suggestions for better colors, pressing "ctrl/cmd + d" to turn on layout debugging everywhere, the list goes on :)


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Sampath Administrator

3 weeks ago

@tvu: That was really detailed. Great work :)

We've made the sales copy clear-er. You can install Polypane on ANY number of devices, and use it on one device at a time.

For example, say you're working on your iMac 27" at home. And carrying your Macbook Pro to work.

You can use Polypane on both of them, just not at the same time.


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Tvu

3 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: Thank you for the detail list of features. Really like Polypane, but yes, the price is a still put me off. I will consider my options and might get 1 code.


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Cudy

3 weeks ago

I'm wondering how this compares to the open-source responsively.app, as it seems to do exactly similar things.


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Kilian Valkhof

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Cudy: Yeah fair question, on the surface they both do multi-pane views of websites, but basically that's where the comparison stops. Very simply put, go through any of the features mentioned on this page and you'll see Responsively doesn't do them. Accessibility testing, meta previews, heading outline, browser tabs, side browser, devtools that make changes in all panes at once, the list goes on.

Responsively is open source so there's no one dedicated working on it. The most recent release of Responsively was somewhere in November. Polypane releases about once a month (latest release: April 1st. No joke). Responsively is also running a very outdated version of Chromium, which means there's security issues as well as missing CSS features. Polypane runs Chromium 89 and will soon update to Chromium 90, so it's fully up to date.

A pertinent example of the difference between them might be the Live CSS feature. I built Live CSS for Polypane 2.1 in January of 2020. The latest version of Responsively now also has a feature called Live CSS. So that sounds like they offer the same thing right? Both of them let you write CSS that is applied to all viewports.

But Polypane does *way* more with that feature.

Want to write SCSS instead of CSS? Polypane does that. It also has the full CSS grammar built in, so will auto-suggest properties and values as you type. In fact, when you write the name of any of the 1000 Google Fonts, Polypane recognizes that and loads in the font automatically, so testing different fonts is super easy. For CSS selectors, you can select any element on the page and we'll parse your CSS and find all the selectors *you already use*, so you don't have to mess around with "!important" and can easily copy your changes back to your own CSS when you're happy with the result.

I really care about getting the details right and making sure Polypane fits into your workflow, and I hope that shows when you use it.


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Darren

3 weeks ago

I bought this but will be refunding i think. It's too limiting to have 1 device only. I often have multiple on the go when I'm working. This has been mentioned countless times on the Facebook group and it's just been ignored every time.


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Sampath Administrator

3 weeks ago

@Darren: You can install on N number of devices, and use one at a time.

We thought it's how solopreneurs work.

P.S I'd recommend trying the tool, share your honest review & we will make sure to send you a discount voucher


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Kilian Valkhof

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Darren Polypane can switch access between devices without you needing to do a bunch of license management so it's pretty painless, and you're not working on a site on multiple devices *literally* at the same time, right?


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Darren

3 weeks ago

@Sampath: I have tried it and love it, but like most devs i use multiple devices and use them concurrently. I tested today to see how I would get on but have already needed multiple devices at the same time.

I am just about to refund it to be honest.


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Darren

3 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: Yes at the same time. Like most people I thought. Check the facebook group. You will see everyone says the same thing.


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Sampath Administrator

3 weeks ago

@Darren: I'm sorry to hear that you're not happy with the limits, which increases drastically with the 2nd code, and we are also offering a discount voucher for the same.

Let us know if you'd like the refund & we will get it processed for you


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Darren

3 weeks ago

@Sampath: Thanks, justy about to open the request. You will get it through soon.


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Darren

3 weeks ago

@Sampath: Even the second code has 2 devices though. Polypane obviously know 3 devices is ideal, as that is what's on their site.


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Angelika

3 weeks ago

It would be nice to be able to undock the development panel, just like you can with Chrome development tools. So in one monitor Polypane and in the second monitor the development panel.

1. Is this feature on your plan?

2. Do you have any public roadmap?

3. What is the difference betwen indidual and business plan apart from the amount of user(s) and device(s)?


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Kilian Valkhof

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Angelika:

1. You can't undock the Polypane panel yet but I've had a few requests for it, so it's on the roadmap. It's a big feature given everything the panel does so that's still a while out. You can undock the regular Chrome devtools by unchecking "Docked devtools" in the Edit menu.

2. I do not, it was too much of an "inspiration" for other apps, so I took it offline. I keep track of all requests and adjust my roadmap accordingly though!

3 On the business plan you can give team members access to Polypane. For an individual the license is just for you.


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Angelika

3 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: Great, thank you!


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Lawrence

3 weeks ago

Hey Kilian, I absolutely love the tool and I am considering a purchase even though I already use a similar tool.

Any chance that you could more closely match the SM deals to the monthly plans currently shown on your website? I have 2 Macs and a Windows machine that I use concurrently when developing/designing (yeah I know multitasking is a myth! :-)) so concurrent use is a kind of dealbreaker for me.

This would also certainly give me more confidence that any future updates to say the Business plan would be included in my SM deal and avoid any uncertainty about what my plan should/should not include.

Good luck with the deal, this looks like a really useful tool to have in my toolbox! I look forward to seeing where you will be taking Polypane in the coming months!


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Lawrence

3 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: While I understand that having users clamour for a better deal might be irritating, I'm a little concerned that you are ignoring questions like mine which have been raised by other potential buyers as well.

A much better approach would be to deal with it head-on by explaining your reasoning for offering less than your monthly plans. Being ignored does not make me confident that issues I might raise once I have become a customer will be addressed.

Not criticism, just my friendly (and hopefully helpful) feedback.


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Sampath Administrator

3 weeks ago

@Lawrence: Hey Lawrence, I just wanna add a side note here.

You can install & use Polypane on any number of devices. There's no limit to that.

With one code, you can use it on one machine at a time.

I will tell you what...

If you're an existing SaaS Mantra customer, get 1 code (use the discount voucher), use the product & share your honest review.

We will make sure to surprise you then 🙂


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Kilian Valkhof

3 weeks ago  Founder

@Lawrence: Thanks for your feedback, I understand! We're still thinking about what the best response would be. I don't like making knee-jerk responses and want to come up with something that works for everyone.

Any number of people here can attest to how responsive I am when it comes to feature requests (just today someone found an obscure bug and I fixed it 10 minutes later), but some questions/requests require a little more thought, and I want to give it that thought!


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Lawrence

3 weeks ago

@Kilian Valkhof: Thank you, I really appreciate the reply. I also understand that this can't be a snap decision. I really wish you the best with this deal launch. It's a great platform.


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Wpagencyweb

3 weeks ago

hi, I think you should review your 1 code with 2 devices offer. Indeed if we work alone we often juggle with 2 computers, this avoids deactivating a device to make it work on another. It is more convenient to save time. It is also to save time that we want to purchase such an application. I leave you the choice of this reflection! Thank you


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Sampath Administrator

3 weeks ago

@wpagencyweb: Hey, I just wanna add clarify it for you.

1) You can install & use Polypane on any number of devices. There's no limit to that

2) With one code, you can use it on one machine at a time


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