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i am developing sites that needs to be formated for mobile devices. because i don't have all the devices (like iphone, android, htc, evo, blackberry, ipad, nokia etc...) i would like a tool (like http://www.deviceanywhere.com or similar) that can simulate a phone and then i can go on internet to see how the website looks like.

is there a tool like device anywhere (which is expensive for me) that can do this?

Tools can be on Windows or Linux

edit: i have a budget for this, but free is better!

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There is unlikely anything free that lets you simulate all those devices. –  Ramhound Jan 4 '12 at 20:22
    
@Ramhound it's OK if it's not free, I'm just not looking to pay something that is expensive if I can get something else for cheaper –  aki Jan 4 '12 at 20:34
    
For the most part, you shouldn't need simulators. Read up on the documentation for the mobile browsers and then write your CSS accordingly. –  iglvzx Jan 4 '12 at 20:50
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@iglvzx and how you QA it? how can you be sure it's gonna be OK and it will work properly? –  aki Jan 4 '12 at 21:03
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thats good, where I can find the SDK for: LG, Samsung, Ericson, EVO, iPhone, iPad, Nokia, Alcatel, palm, Panasonic, philips, sanyo, Window Cellphone, danger hiptop, hp, avantgo, huawei (and i pass)? –  aki Jan 4 '12 at 21:42

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